PricewaterhouseCoopers is increasing its operations in the Middle East, with
an eye on doubling its fee income in area to $500m (£345m) within two years.
The firm wants to capitalise on a predicted spending surge from
infrastructure projects by Arab governments,
to the Times.
Its efforts have included a recruitment drive, which has seen staff hired
from rival firm Ernst & Young’s Middle Eastern operations.
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