U.S. China Corridor

U.S. China Corridor

China’s government is shifting from high speed growth, to growth powered by domestic consumption.

China’s government is shifting from high speed growth, to growth powered by domestic...

China’s government is shifting from high speed growth, driven by exports and infrastructure investment, to slower, cleaner growth powered by domestic consumption. This ‘new normal’ could potentially open new collaboration and cooperation opportunities. As China progresses through its next stage of reform, the companies that succeed will be those that have a clear direction and strategy, and an ability to implement and adapt to change.

KPMG’s International Corridors network of local and in-country professionals collaborates with organizations serving companies that are investing and doing business in the region to provide our clients insights and assistance in gaining local knowledge and developing success strategies.

2016 Global Trade Management Survey

Joint KPMG and Thomson Reuters survey of 1,700 global trade specialists around the world.

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Outlook for eCommerce in Hong Kong

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OECD BEPS Initiatives

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Publication identifying the leading companies engaged in developing new technologies for the financial services industry in China

 
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