Deloitte is to announce global revenues of more than $27bn this year, a jump
of nearly 17% on 2007 figures.
The forecast was made by James Quigley, Deloitte’s global chief executive in
an interview with the
Quigley said that the firm would post global figures ‘ north of $27bn’ for
the twelve months to May 31 2008, despite the credit crunch hitting capital
The global head said that a slowdown in some areas was countered by a pick-up
in the booming regions of Russia, India and China.
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