Grant Thornton Targets $200 Million African Revenue, Defi Says

Grant Thornton International plans to boost revenue from Africa to $200 million by 2015, Le Defi Quotidien reported, citing Chairman Peter Bodin.

The accountancy firm currently earns revenue of about $70 million a year from the 14 African nations in which it operates, the Port Louis, Mauritius-based newspaper said.

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