The MOF has recently approved the opening of three offices by KPMG Huazhen (Special General Partnership) in Chengdu, Xiamen and Qingdao. Localisation has been one of the basic strategies of KPMG China’s operations.
The award recognises a select number of leading professional firms and advisers that have performed to exceptional levels, even during the most difficult period that the global economy has experienced for decades.
A brief guide summarising some valuable pointers, including what start-ups need to consider, where to get access to information and what events they can consider to attend.
This is KPMG China's 8th annual survey of 200 local and foreign banks in China for the year ended 31 December 2013. It analyses current trends and challenges facing the sector in the short term.
A global panel of independent industry experts have identified 100 of the world’s most inspirational and innovative infrastructure projects. Which ones are selected for China? Click to learn more.
DealMakers Global Award for Global AML Firm of the Year 2014
Euromoney's Real Estate Awards 2014
KPMG goes beyond the data, taking you from insight to opportunity.
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.
An Overview of New PRC GAAP: Differences between Old and New PRC GAAP and its Convergence with IFRS
This report compares the new Chinese Accounting Standards with the old version and discusses its impact on enterprises.
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.
China's Fourth Plenum - Implications for business
KPMG's Global China Practice provides a short analysis of this Plenum. We put this meeting into context, and summarize the key outcomes. In particular we have provided our view on the potential impact to business in China as a result of some of the changes put forward in the Plenum.
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