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Azmi  &  Associates  is  a  full-service  Malaysian  corporate  law  firm  headquartered  in  Kuala  Lumpur  with  offices  in Johor   Bahru, Singapore and Jakarta, Indonesia (joint venture office). We have been catering to our clients’ legal needs in Asia for over a decade …

Azmi & Associates is a full-service Malaysian corporate law firm headquartered in Kuala Lumpur with offices in Johor Bahru, Singapore and Jakarta, Indonesia (joint venture office). We have been catering to our clients’ legal needs in Asia for over a decade ...
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