These are the latest KPMG publications which showcase some of this sector knowledge.
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.
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.
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.
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 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.
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 explores the prospects for the development of alternative forms of energy, particularly wind and solar power, in China.
This report provides new insights into how China's growing importance in the mining sector reshapes the industry from a global perspective.
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.
KPMG teamed up with Forbes Insights to survey 178 CEOs to understand their changing views and expectations of their CFOs and finance function.
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.
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.
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 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.
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.
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 publication provides summary of Draft Interpretation DI/2010/1 by the IFRS Interpretation Committee in respect of component accounting for production phase stripping costs.
This publication focuses on the results of a survey of the IFRS financial statements of 29 companies in the mining sector across 10 countries.
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