These are the latest KPMG publications which showcase some of this sector knowledge.
This brochure outlines the services we offer our clients in China and demonstrates the reach and credentials of KPMG across China and globally.
In this report, we highlighted some key issues that Chinese new energy companies faced in their endeavors to invest overseas and discussed some possible methods to address these issues.
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In this report, we attempt to examine the nature and unique character of Chinese chemical companies by focusing on the more low profile, yet incredibly strong, players in the industry.
This study presents some of the factors for consideration when investing in Changsha.
This paper focuses on how Hangzhou, Zhejiang province is aiming to become an important new energy base in China through leveraging its solid foundation and further developing its value chain in the new energy industry.
This paper focuses on the modern equipment manufacturing industry and explains the city’s efforts to enhance the capabilities of the industry and to build up Hangzhou into an important modern equipment manufacturing base in the Yangtze River Delta.
This paper focuses on how Hangzhou, Zhejiang province is aiming to become a low carbon city through developing its industrial structure and promoting its energy conservation and environmental protection industry.
This report updates us recent development in chemical industry in China and also a raising topic of sustainability from a strategy prospective and report side.
The importance of industrial design is clearly demonstrated in the huge success of the iPod, iPad and iPhone. These popular electronic devices do not necessarily bring significant technical or engineering breakthroughs.
Overcapacity in the auto industry is not an issue across the board. Rather, it is a structural issue with “over” inefficient capacity and “under” efficient capacity.
The report features insights and commentary from CEOs and other senior executives, working for some of the world's largest MNCs, all with responsibility for China.
Case Synopsis: We worked with the client on its first overseas investment, the acquisition of an auto parts producer headquartered in the U.S. and with operations in Europe, the Americas, and Asia.
Case Synopsis: Following in the steps of its customers, the client began to invest in China, hoping to replicate the success it had elsewhere.
In the chemical industry, we see increased technological competence and deeper local customisation. The passing of the 12th Five Year Plan in March 2011 heralds this new phase of development.
In the chemical industry in China, a new business paradigm is emerging. We are seeing increased technological competence and deeper local customization, replacing emphasis on cost competitiveness, standardisation and middle-to-low technological content.
This paper focuses on how Hangzhou of Zhejiang province is aiming to become a low carbon city through developing its industrial structure and promoting its energy conservation and environmental protection industry.
This informative webcast was moderated by a few KPMG partners who gave us their insights on themes and strategic investment areas of the Five-Year Plan and key industry sectors.
This publication captures the general picture of current pharmaceutical sector and discuss about how multinational and local market participants should react with the forecoming changes within the industry.
China's 12th Five-Year Plan (5YP) emphasises environmental issues and clean technology. The 5YP's environmental targets pose a challenge to the iron and steel sector regarding energy usage and pollution.
China's 12th Five-Year Plan marks a turning point from the country's previous emphasis on headline growth. The current plan's emphasis on clean energy sources is an important step to ensure sustainable growth for the nation.
The materials on this page highlight the China Investment Forum's event insights on discussion topics such as the China economic outlook, future industry trends, strategies, and challenges in inbound and outbound investments.
This report captures an overview of opportunities and challenges created by the developing renewable sector in China.
This paper looks at the government's efforts to promote efficiency gains through the development of a "smart grid" system with networking to help better allocate electricity supply to demand.
This publication examines the current trends in automotive market in China and discuss how automotive companies expands their dealership network to maintain profitability.
China, currently the second largest consumer of electricity in the world after the US, is expected to play a pivotal role in the development of the global economy in the coming years.
This publication outlines the current challenges and opportunities of Iron and Steel industry in China and discuss about the trends of the industry.
This publication looks at the recent development of China's chemical industry and these different segments are being affected by the slowdown. It also includes case study interviews with several executives at leading chemical companies operating in China.
This report looks at the potential for growth in auto components manufacturing in China, a trend that is being driven by the relocation of global components companies to China and also by the rapid development of the domestic after-sales market.
The sophistication of industries and consumer sectors in China stimulated the demand for energy needs. This report investigates in the interplay between various energy resources and discuss the future development of energy sector.
This paper outlines some of the government and private sector initiatives that are underway in the alternative energy space in China.
This paper outlines some of the steps different automotive sector companies can take to navigate the current austere market conditions.
Industrial Markets brochure. KPMG's Industrial Markets practice is co-ordinated formally on an international basis to ensure cohesion, consistency and an ability to delivery quality professional services.
This report outlines the developments and growing strength of China's car market.
This publication explores the prospects for the development of alternative forms of energy, particularly wind and solar power, in China.
This joint KPMG and TNS study identifies and comments on the key trends relating to automotive dealerships in China and how dealers can address these together with their other strategic, operational, management and performance priorities.
Specialty chemicals are going to play an important role in the development of China's manufacturing industries over the next decade and beyond. This report looks at the trends and opportunities in the sector.
This report discusses the factors that will influence the growth and development of China's mining.
The Chinese central government has issued new policies to control the development of processing trade and adjust the VAT export refund rate. This issue of newsletter sets out their implications and possible countermeasures.
This publication explains how KPMG supports the development of successful projects in the mining and oil and gas sector.
This report provides new insights into how China's growing importance in the mining sector reshapes the industry from a global perspective.
This 2-page fact sheet discusses some of the economic factors and government initiatives that might influence the performance of car manufacturers in China in the coming year.
The report provides new insights into the commercial vehicles market in China and discusses the potential for China to become a more significant exporter of trucks, vans and buses in the future.
This KPMG report highlights the latest developments in the China's chemical industry and explores opportunities for foreign investment in chemical manufacturing in China. Petrochemicals sector is specially focused.
This report outlines the complexities and challenges of meeting the growing energy needs of China and provides an industry outlook for energy sector in China.
This has been a relatively positive year for China's automotive industry, yet views on the long-term development of the market are varied. This publication aims to provide insights and clarity in this rapidly changing market.
China's growing role as a producer and consumer of chemicals and petrochemicals is having a profound impact on the global chemical industry. This publication provides an outlook for the petrochemical and plastics industry in China.
To date 2005 has been a relatively positive year for China's automotive industry, yet views on the long-term development of the market varied. This publication aims to provide insights and clarity in this rapidly changing market.
Massive opportunities for growth are opening up in China for foreign producers of medical devices thanks in part to the negligible competitive threat being posed by the domestic manufacturers.
This report provides an independent analysis of the automotive and component parts market in China and comments on key issues that the sector will face in the future.
China's State Development and Reform Commission has released a new Automotive Industry Development Policy, effective 1 June 2004. This KPMG publication highlights the key features and implications of the new policy.
This publication provides an update on China automotive market and the development of regulatory environment governing the China auto sector.
This issue aims to provide a better understanding of the machine tool market and the issues of conern to industry participants.
A new KPMG International report reveals that now is the time for C-level and HR leaders to embrace evidence-based HR or risk losing ground.
The KPMG Global Automotive Executive Survey is an annual assessment of the current state and future prospects of the worldwide automotive industry.
KPMG teamed up with Forbes Insights to survey 178 CEOs to understand their changing views and expectations of their CFOs and finance function.
The Global Manufacturing Outlook 2014 is based on a survey of 460 senior executives conducted by Forbes on behalf of KPMG International completed in early 2014.
This report describes the 2013 taxes and incentives provided by 28 countries around the world to promote renewable energy from wind, solar, biomass, geothermal and hydropower.
In this report global manufacturers are redoubling their efforts to become more efficient and innovative, both to stay competitive in mature markets, and to capitalize on growth opportunities in the emerging world.
This publication focuses on the essential characteristics and attributes of a competent fiscal sustainability framework for the public sector.
A range of global mega trends are blurring the traditional boundaries of the automotive model. Automakers face environmental challenges, growing urbanization, changing customer behavior and the growth of the emerging markets.
The Australian Government's White Paper, Australia in the Asian Century, released in October 2012, is timely in its publication and critical to our nation's future prosperity.
The publication highlights the benefits of centralised commodity trading operations as many of the world’s biggest oil and gas and mining majors set up international trading structures to win competitive advantage.
An analysis of the global market and expert interviews carried out by KPMG’s Global Automotive Practice in five major auto markets has revealed significant differences between mature markets, like the US and Europe, and emerging markets.
This whitepaper reflects the results of interviews with more than 25 thought leaders, as well as analysis of industry trends, and provides insight on the convergence of sensor-based and communication-based vehicle technologies and its implications.
KPMG International's Taxes and incentives for renewable energy - 2012 is designed to help energy companies, investors and other entities stay current with local country policies and programs supporting renewable energy around the world.
This report examines an industry experiencing transformational shifts and the strategies manufacturing leaders are using to adapt to ongoing volatility, drive innovation, and position themselves for both top and bottom-line growth.
This publication looks at the potential impact of the revised proposals on Aerospace and Defense companies.
This publication discusses the impacts of changes to joint venture accounting on mining companies. You may find it a helpful tool to initiate discussions with your clients that have joint arrangements.
This publication provides assistance to companies in the mining sector who are considering converting to IFRS.
This survey provides valuable insights for the automotive industry as the main players develop strategies to drive future revenues.
Participating in social media has become a business imperative. More than 70 percent of organizations operating around the world are now active on social media. Many are finding significant benefits and unexpected risks along the way.
This publication is intended to guide you through some of the accounting challenges facing chemicals and performance technologies companies that report under IFRS.
This report provides a comprehensive overview of the global manufacturing sector.
The financial statements of many oil and gas companies could look very different in the future as a result of the changes to the accounting for joint arrangements.
This publication provides assistance to companies in the oil and gas sector who are considering converting to IFRS.
This publication provides assistance to companies in the power and utilities sector who are considering converting to IFRS.
KPMG's Taxes and Incentives for Renewable Energy - 2011 is designed to help energy companies, investors and other entities stay current with local country policies and programs supporting renewable energy around the world.
This report explores the current state and future prospects for the automotive industry worldwide and focuses on consumer preferences, product innovations and strategies for growth and profitability.
This publication provides a high level introduction to the key technical accounting matters across original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), suppliers and vehicle dealerships within the automotive industry.
This report investigates how industrial manufacturers are adapting their business models and supply chain tactics to address the ever-changing global economic context.
This publication provides summary of Draft Interpretation DI/2010/1 by the IFRS Interpretation Committee in respect of component accounting for production phase stripping costs.
Read our report to find out more about the current state of the industry and strategies for the future to support steelmakers in turning the return to productivity into increased profitability.
In January 2010 the International Accounting Standards Board published a limited scope exposure draft on the measurement of liabilities, which should be of significant interest to companies in the extractive industries.
This white paper examines current and proposed environmental regulations as well as incentives affecting the global automotive industry in Europe, North and Latin America, and Asia.
This publication examines the potential challenges and opportunities for metals industry to be benefited from mergers and acquisitions. Statistical analysis will also be presented based on previous merger and acquisitions.
This survey reports on an industry emerging from one of the most turbulent years in recent decades.
This survey provides a snapshot of business confidence across key indicators such as revenues, new orders, profits and employment for the coming 12 months.
This brief report presents perspectives of inventory as both an asset and a liability. It looks at how excess inventory can be managed to improve financial performance.
This publication focuses on the results of a survey of the IFRS financial statements of 29 companies in the mining sector across 10 countries.
KPMG's 2009 Global Dealership Survey addresses the future of automotive retail.
Reaction - KPMG's views on supply chain management and tax efficiency in a challenging environment.
This report outlines the effects of today's financial crisis on the global automative industry.
This survey compares value creation and preservation in 269 manufacturing companies with global operations and allows each to generate a unique comparison of performance with peers.
This paper is the result of a workshop organised by KPMG International that took place in Baden-Baden, Germany from March 22 to March 23, 2007.
China Tax for the Auto Industry
The China Tax for the Auto Industry Series is a periodic newsletter discussing topical or emerging tax issues in the China auto and auto component sector.
자동차 산업 – 중국 세무 뉴스레터
자동차 산업 중국 세무 시리즈는 중국 자동차 • 자동차 부품 산업에서 시사적 또는 최근의 세무 이슈에 대해 논의하는 정기뉴스레터입니다. 중국 자동차 • 자동차 부품 분야에 대한 깊은 지식을 바탕으로 본 시리즈는 자동차 • 자동차 부품 기업에 가치있는 통찰력과 해설을 제공합니다.
China Tax Alert
China Tax Alert is an adhoc newsletter each covering new issues affecting businesses in China. Below is the list of all latest issues.
KPMG Industry Updates
This series of articles examines the latest developments across a range of industries in which our clients operate, coupled with insights into emerging market trends and issues.
KPMG's bi-annual industry magazine explores topical issues of relevance to industry professionals and presents new ideas and innovative thinking about opportunities in the industrial manufacturing sector.
Each edition of this newsletter pulls together and shares our firms' industry-wide knowledge to help you quickly and easily get briefed on the issues that impact your sector. The latest issue - Sharing Knowledge on the Automotive Industry, April 2010.
Clean Development Mechanism Update
This fact sheet outlines the global trends affecting Clean Development Mechanism ahead of the Copenhagen negotiations scheduled in December 2009.
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