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FIRST COLLOQUIUM

28 de November de 2014

Barcelona’s office has organized the first cycle of colloquia of the firm “Un café en IBERAUDIT Kreston” (A coffee in IBERAUDIT Kreston). The meeting has focused on the conference about “How to plan your tax closing considering foreseen legislative changes” by Elena Ramirez, Manager of IBERAUDIT Kreston’s International Office and Tax and Outsourcing partner of Barcelona’s office.

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