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The People’s Republic of China remains an attractive investment destination for overseas investors, but the next five years (2011 to 2015) will become increasingly complex as the business landscape continues to evolve.
Product Sourcing in Asia Pacific: New Locations, Extended Value Chains looks at how rising costs, free trade agreements, sustainability considerations, and new financing options.
China's legislature, the National People's Congress, endorsed the country’s 12th Five-Year Plan on 14 March 2011.
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.
China’s 12th Five-Year Plan marks a turning point from the country’s previous emphasis on headline growth. Leaders are now prioritising strategies and measures to ensure long-term prosperity for the entire nation.
The growing sophistication of China’s industrial base and the rising power of domestic consumers are critical factors shaping China’s energy needs.
Professor Deborah Brautigam, author of The Dragon’s Gift, was recently interviewed by Glenn Ho, about China-Africa investment and trade.
The largest-ever South African business delegation accompanied President Jacob Zuma on a state visit to China, the world’s most populous country and second-largest economy.
China should see fast growth in all segments of the power industry. However, this will depend critically upon the development of grid infrastructure.
KPMG China's third study of luxury consumers in China showing continued consumer confidence despite some impact following the global financial crisis.
Over recent years, there has been an increased focus on China's emergence as an important and successful outsourcing market. However, strategic decisions on identifying and choosing a location can be challenging as every city has its own unique offerings.
KPMG's Property and Infrastructure practice consists of experienced industry professionals and busines advisors who help clients address the business issues and challenges they are facing.
The development of infrastructure within China has consistently been a key focus for the Government in the economic initiatives encapsulated in regular Five-Year Plans, which are now into their eleventh cycle.
KPMG International commissioned global research, in cooperation with the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), into the impact of infrastructure on business.
The economic downturn has had an impact on all sectors of the economy and the shipping industry is suffering as much as any. Survival is now the strategy, as industry players fight to maintain volumes, cash and earnings.