The KPMG China CSR Report illustrates the interconnectedness of social and environmental issues and the business world, and explores how companies can lead change by integrating these issues into their strategies and operations.
Chinese new energy companies are "going out" to expand their presence in the global market. By investing overseas, these companies are expected to develop new energy portfolios in new markets, avoid trade barriers and transfer overcapacity.
This publication will help you to understand the best option for your business when transitioning to the new revenue standard.
The report provides new insights into the commercial vehicles market in China and discusses the potential for China to become a more significant exporter of trucks, vans and buses in the future.
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Sector Studies - These studies feature the industry insights and latest developments of specific sectors in China.
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