China's Yingke launches in Israel with local merger

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  • Are those turnover figures correct? That suggests Revenue Per Lawyer in the region of £20,000 which seems, to put it mildly, rather low.

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  • @ Anonymous | 26-Apr-2013 11:58 am

    Measured in US$ or GBP China still has a very low per head income, despite having a large total GDP, so of course its law firms will have a low RPL measured in those currencies.

    That will change fast however.

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