New York (Jan. 21, 2004) -- Buoyed by growth in its Asia-Pacific operations, global firm network KPMG International reported a 13.4 percent rise in member-firm-dollar revenue, to $12.6 billion for the fiscal year ended Sept. 30, or 5.4 percent in local currency.
Within its Asia-Pacific network, the company's revenue rose more than 25 percent, to $1.24 billion, largely as a result of acquiring former Arthur Andersen firms in Japan and Thailand.
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