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KPMG Gulf commends MTI’s HR Solutions


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KPMG Bahrain has commended the performance and contribution of MTI Consulting for the HRD/Competency Development work that MTI has carried out for KPMG in Bahrain, Qatar and Kuwait. Here making a courtesy call on KPMG Managing Partner Jamal Fakhro (centre) are MTI CEO Hilmy Cader (right) and MTI’s Senior International Consultant Darshan Singh.

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