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E-commerce in China: Driving a new consumer culture

This issue of China 360 breaks down China's explosive e-commerce industry within its business-to-consumer (B2C) and consumer-to-consumer (C2C) arenas.
Modified date: 2014/01/07
Business and industry issue
 

Focusing on Africa-China Trade and Investment

The latest in the KPMG Africa Conversation series discussed China’s role in Africa and possible responses by African countries in dealing with prevailing challenges.
Modified date: 2013/10/28
Press release
 

From centrally-planned origins to hybrid market competitors

Some of the largest and most influential businesses in China – and now the world – are controlled by China's central government, yet this is a model that remains somewhat of a mystery to the business world outside of China.
Modified date: 2013/07/08
Business and industry issue
 

Healthcare & life sciences in China – Towards growing collaboration

KPMG's latest report on China's life science sector notes that the country is set to become a crucial player in the life science and healthcare industry.
Modified date: 2013/06/19
Business and industry issue
 

Hong Kong – Mainland double taxation arrangement

Significant relaxation of the beneficial ownership criteria under the Hong Kong – Mainland double taxation arrangement
Modified date: 2013/06/19
Regulatory update
 

India-South Africa Corridor: Building Relations - February 2011

2010 marked a milestone in developing bilateral relations and strengthening business partnerships, and highlights the need to further this solidify this relationship.
Modified date: 2013/05/27
Business and industry issue
 

What’s next for China – the implications for Africa

Chinese industry is moving up the value chain and a large young workforce will be needed to replace the millions in the ‘factory of the world’. The next manufacturing hub seems to be Africa.
Modified date: 2013/05/20
Business and industry issue
 

Doing business in Africa becoming easier

The attractiveness of Africa as an investment destination has been positively impacted by a number of developments in the regulatory environment affecting potential new entrants to markets.
Modified date: 2013/05/15
Business and industry issue
 

KPMG Africa Conversation: Episode 6 - Transacting in Africa

The ‘Great Africa business migration’ is well underway – whether by existing players expanding into new markets across Africa, by new entrants in search of resources to fuel their own growth, or through direct investments.
Modified date: 2013/05/15
Business and industry issue; Press release
 

African infrastructure needs bankable opportunities

The recent KPMG-convened Africa Conversation, titled ‘Challenges and Opportunities in African Infrastructure’, highlighted the importance of catalyst projects and the effective use of PPPs to ensure bankable opportunities for African Infrastructure.
Modified date: 2013/05/15
Business and industry issue; Press release
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