Ernst & Young said it has approved a plan to integrate all of its 87 country practices in Western and Eastern Europe, the Middle East, India and Africa into a new EMEIA Area.

The firm also confirmed that more than 700 partners in the Far East had supported a similar integration across 15 countries and territories. The EMEIA Area will operate as a single unit, led by a single executive team and, where allowed by laws and regulations, be underscored by formal combinations of practices.

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