Jnet is the bilingual newsletter of KPMG's U.S. Japanese Practice. Published since 1997, Jnet is issued quarterly to update you on audit, accounting, tax, and other business issues relevant to Japanese companies operating in the United States.
Competitive Alternatives 2014
Competitive Alternatives is a biennial KPMG study that focuses on business locations in the NAFTA marketplace, as well as leading mature market countries in Europe and Asia Pacific. This study contains valuable information for any company considering international business location options.
Global Manufacturing Outlook: Performance in the Crosshairs
The 2014 Global Manufacturing Outlook: Performance in the Crosshairs examines the continuing evolution of the strategies that manufacturers are deploying to drive value and performance across the enterprise.
Over the Horizon: How Corporate Counsel are Crossing Frontiers to Address New Challenges
In 2012, we published Beyond the Law, a global study of how General Counsel (GC) are turning risk to advantage, which was based on a telephone survey of GCs around the world. The 2014 analysis explores more fully some of the findings of the previous study and consists of in-depth interviews with GC and other senior counsel in Europe, North America and Asia-Pacific.
Auditing & Accounting Update
In this section, we provide brief updates on regulatory developments in auditing and accounting that may impact Japanese companies in the United States.
In this section of Jnet, we provide brief updates on legislative, judicial, and administrative developments in tax that may impact Japanese companies operating in the United States.
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