Shoring up the defences
Washington DC firms have not been hit as hard as their New York or West Coast counterparts in the current economic downturn, but the heightened competitiveness that comes with such stability has made the DC market a tough one for out-of-town firms to break into. Sophie Evans reports
The major Washington DC firms’ figures, for the year 2002-03, have shown strong increases in fee income, suggesting that they have been thriving, not merely surviving in what has been a more Washington-centric economy in the past year.
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