Ranked in the top 10 World economies, almost all forms of industries are represented in Germany’s broad-based economy. Traditionally, the economy was oriented towards manufacturing. Something which the Germans are well-known for and proud of. Nowadays, the country’s high-educated population and well-trained workforce creates numerous opportunities in industries driven by sophisticated technology, commercial and financial services.
HLB Germany’s network includes 22 network members, 37 offices, 235 partners and 1872 staff, who care for the interests of their clients through building personal relationships and tailored services.
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