This overview takes a general look at the China market, and gives key insights into new developments.
Investment in the People's Republic of China
This publication and ipad app provides an overview of doing business in China, featuring clear summaries of the regulatory environment, economic landscape, key industries, tax law, and historical context of China's growth story.
Signals from the Third Plenum: Further reform
The much-anticipated Third Plenary Session of the 18th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China ended with a special focus on reform and some new initiatives, which lay the foundation for China’s next ten years of reform and opening up.
Inside the Dragon 2013: Outsourcing Destinations in China
We profile 29 cities as key SSO locations that are servicing both domestic and global organisations alike. The growth of China’s SSO industry has become a key part of China’s domestic market and a strategic focus area for the Chinese Government.
Investment in China: Numbers and Trends (Q2 2013)
This quarterly update comprehensively analyzes and assesses China’s macroeconomic data and investment trends. Specifically, it reviews China’s GDP, FDI, and inbound M&A activity through the first half of 2013.
China 360 is a monthly newsletter designed to keep readers up-to-date with topical issues in China.
Investment in China: Numbers and Trends (Q1 2013)
The quarterly update comprehensively analyzes and assesses China’s macroeconomic data and trends. It also reviews China’s FDI situation and summarizes inbound M&A activity in the first quarter of 2013...
How to interpret China’s current slowdown
China is transitioning to a lower, more sustainable growth trajectory. With strong indicators from primary economic aspects and large room for policy manoeuvring, the economy is likely to advance at a relatively slower pace, but without major disruption.
Valuation Services in China
Companies may seek valuations for regulatory or financial reporting reasons. Professional valuation advice can provide assurance in a variety of situations.
Forces Driving China's Economic Growth in 2012
In this article, Edwin Fung, Chairman of KPMG's Global China Practice (GCP) and Yali Peng, Director of Research for GCP, explore four driving forces behind China's economic growth in 2012 and beyond.
Shared Services in China: Coming of age
This publication explains why China is no longer a 'maybe' destination for companies operating shared services facilities. It outlines the life cycle of shared services and explores some of the challenges specific to setting up in China.
China's 12th Five-Year Plan: Chemicals
In the chemical industry, we see increased technological competence and deeper local customisation. The passing of the 12th Five Year Plan in March 2011 heralds this new phase of development.
Managing Trade & Customs in China
This brochure introduces some of the intricacies and complexities of import, export and customs management in China and outlines the services offered by KPMG China’s Trade & Customs team.
China's 12th Five-Year Plan: Iron and Steel
China's 12th Five-Year Plan (5YP) emphasises environmental issues and clean technology. The 5YP's environmental targets pose a challenge to the iron and steel sector regarding energy usage and pollution.
China's 12th Five-Year Plan: Healthcare sector
One of the guiding principles of the 12th Five-Year Plan is "inclusive growth": helping ensure that the benefits of the country's economic growth are spread to a wider proportion of the population.
China's 12th Five-Year Plan: Tax
China's 12th Five-Year Plan has set an ambitious economic agenda; tax policy plays a pivotal role in achieving many of the nation's goals. Upcoming changes to the tax code will have far-reaching consequences for individuals and businesses.
China's 12th Five-Year Plan: Overview
China's 12th Five-Year Plan marks a turning point from the country's previous emphasis on headline growth; China's leaders are now prioritising strategies and measures to ensure long-term prosperity for the entire nation.
China's 12th Five-Year Plan: Sustainability
Government figures show that by the end of China's 11th Five-Year Plan in 2010, the country achieved a 19.1 percent energy consumption reduction, narrowly missing the 20 percent target.
China's 12th Five-Year Plan: Energy
China's 12th Five-Year Plan marks a turning point from the country's previous emphasis on headline growth. The current plan's emphasis on clean energy sources is an important step to ensure sustainable growth for the nation.
Offshoring and Outsourcing in Chengdu 2010
This report, featuring Chengdu, aims to provide a full package of the essential information that any company needs to consider before making an investment decision in a new location.
China Investment Forum 2010 - slides
The materials on this page highlight the China Investment Forum's event insights on discussion topics such as the China economic outlook, future industry trends, strategies, and challenges in inbound and outbound investments.
Inside the Dragon: Outsourcing destinations in China
This report provides a reference for companies interested in China's outsourcing industry. It profiles key outsourcing locations, highlighting the choices available to outsourcing service buyers and providers.
Sustainability Reporting - A guide
Sustainability is becoming a more prominent issue in China. This guide provides some insights on how to plan and communicate a sustainability report to stakeholders.
KPMG in China expands into Shenyang
Thia publications provides a summary of current and recent development of the investment environment in Shenyang, It also introdues how KPMG Shengyang office can assists corporations to expand business throughout Liaoning province.
KPMG in China expands into Qingdao
This flyer introduces the investment environment in Qingdao. It also explains how KPMG's Qingdao office can help organisations expand business in Qingdao and throughout Shandong province.
KPMG expands footprint in China - Chengdu office opens
This 4-page information outlines the investment environment and opportunities in Chengdu and Sichuan Province. It also introduces how KPMG's China Desk network can help organisations expand businesses in this thriving region.
Financial Advisory Services for Sellers
China is becoming a target for mergers and acquisitions (M&A). This brochure examines key issues that state-owned and privated-owned enterprises should consider when thinking of or negotiating M&A deals with foreign buyers.
High time to exit: Strategies to help maximise value
KPMG's survey on the disposals processes employed by the private equity houses in Asia/Western markets. The approaches adopted by private equity houses to maximise returns disposals and Regulatory influences are also discussed.
China's 12th Five-Year Plan
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