Grant Thornton reported global revenue growth of 10.4 percent in U.S. dollars, to a record $4.2 billion, for the year ended Sept. 20, 2012. Growth in local currency terms was even higher, at 13.2 percent.

Growth was strongest in the advisory service line, at 18 percent, accounting for $1.1 billion in revenue, with assurance coming second, at 11 percent and $1.9 billion in revenue, and tax coming third, growing 9 percent to $900 million in revenue.

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