Our view of the issues and opportunities shaping Australia's future as we face the profound changes of the first decade of the 21st century.
Our interactive 2012 Reconciliation Action Plan shows how we are tracking on fulfilling our commitments and outlines our achievements.
KPMG's review of the major implications for Australian business arising from the 2013 Federal Budget.
Australia in the Asian Century provides opportunities and challenges for Australian businesses. Are you ready for the Asian century?
Despite various financial and economic uncertainties, the oil and gas sector continues to enjoy steady growth.
With now more than $1.5 trillion of assets under management, the superannuation industry is one of the fastest growing sectors of the Australian economy.
An overview of the opportunities and challenges for Australian businesses in the Asian century from a country and industry sector perspective.
This edition discusses ethical sourcing, R&D incentives, data analytics, pricing strategies and manufacturing within the consumer markets sector.
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The latest edition of KPMG International's survey report investigates how industrial manufacturers gaining competitive advantage by placing a deeper emphasis on collaboration with partners/suppliers to become more efficient and innovative.
The report surveyed 335 senior executives, in five industries. It reveals that global manufacturers are generally optimistic about the future, and are taking steps to capitalise on potential opportunities.
The government has now accepted an early return to a fiscal surplus is no longer feasible given the significant decline in forecasted revenues. The government’s platform hinges on various social reform programs including DisabilityCare Australia and the National Plan for School Improvement.
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KPMG's review of the major implications arising from the 2013 Federal Budget.
KPMG has been awarded the Financial Review Capital CFO 2012 Audit Firm of the Year for a second consecutive year.
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