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.
ACQ Global Awards 2014
Manufacturers in China are set to significantly increase expenditure in research and development (R&D), according to a recent global manufacturing survey by KPMG.
Taxation of Cross-Border Mergers and Acquisitions features information from 60 countries on their current laws and regulations and the possible implications for tax-efficient structuring and financing of a merger or acquisition. Taxation of Cross-Border Mergers and Acquisitions can be used as a valuable tool to understand the tax impacts of transactions worldwide.
This page provides direct access to the series of materials available on the new revenue standard designed to assist companies with the transition to IFRS 15.
This section is dedicated to special topics and interests. Each of these discrete sections presents research, opinion and KPMG thought leadership.
Spotlight on Hong Kong’s private banking sector
The report features in-depth insights from a number of private banks in Hong Kong, highlighting challenges and opportunities facing the sector .
China's urban future
Urbanization is one of the primary initiatives of China's central government, and has both local and global implications. KPMG's Global China Practice is preparing a series of articles focusing on the policies and related initiatives that will play a vital role in China's continuous drive toward new urbanization.
Shanghai Pilot Free Trade Zone Series
China's 12th Five-Year Plan - Insight Series
Three of the main priorities in this Five-Year Plan are sustainable growth, industrial upgrading and the promotion of domestic consumption.
This series provides a well-researched point of view and insights related to the results from the Third Plenum’s impact on economy, inbound and outbound investment as well as opportunities.
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