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Hong Kong Edge - Issue 11

Hong Kong Edge - Issue 11

This issue features an interview with Dr Roy Chung (Co-founder of Techtronic Industries Co. Ltd. (TTI) ).

This issue features an interview with Dr Roy Chung.

Issue 11

This issue features an interview with Dr Roy Chung, co-founder of Techtronic Industries Co. Ltd. (TTI) and winner of the 2014 Industrialist of the Year Award. Dr Chung shares his insights on the future development of Hong Kong, the current opportunities and how to nurture a new generation of industrial talent.

To keep you informed about current issues, our KPMG China professionals continue to share their observations, insights and knowledge in areas such as weighted voting right structures, public private partnerships, the outlook for the 2015 IPO market, the latest developments in preventing tax avoidance in China, and the new corporate governance requirements for Hong Kong listed companies.

In this issue: 

  • Interview
  • Weighted voting right structures
  • Public private partnerships
  • IPO market outlook
  • GAAR measures
  • New corporate governance requirements
  • KPMG events
  • KPMG in the market

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