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.
The report features in-depth insights from a number of private banks in Hong Kong, highlighting challenges and opportunities facing the sector.
This publication will help you to understand the best option for your business when transitioning to the new revenue standard.
This report looks at the implications of new financial reporting standards for Chinese companies, particularly in areas relating to systems, processes and people.
This report is only available in Chinese. Please view the Chinese page for details.
Tax and Regulatory Issues - Rules and regulation often change as industries evolve. This publication keeps you updated on regulatory and compliance issues in China.
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