Outsourcer for accountancy firms QX was unaffected by the bomb blasts in
Ahmedabad, where it has a major office, it has stated.
The firm, which handles business for UK accountants, said that all its 100
staff were unhurt in the attack, which took place across the other side of the
city to the outsourcer’s office.
‘Business will continue unaffected’, it said a in statement.
‘We have rung all our staff up and are relived to report they are all unhurt
and OK. The news from the City is calm but with the army on stand by,’ said QX
managing director Chris Robinson.
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