Taxes could rise in the near future as government spending on public housing and land development are expected put the budget in the red, a leading accounting firm has predicted.
Beijing's latest measure to localise the mainland operations of the Big Four accounting firms have been welcomed by several of the firms and the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants...
In spite of global economic uncertainties, KPMG China is increasing its intake of graduates for 2012 from around 1,500 last year to between 1,700 and 2,000 this year.
Interest and passion are two of the qualities KPMG management and human resources professionals are seeking in potential recruits at the CPA Australia Career Expo.
Hong Kong's decision to accept mainland accounting standards is expected to boost liquidity on the bourse, encouraging more firms from across the border to raise capital here and enhance the...
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Hedley will cover China, Hong Kong and Singapore. He has also worked in the US and Britain and has led accounts...
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KPMG will increase efforts to expand its advisory services in Asia to offset the impact of the decline in initial public offerings and other transactions amid the financial crisis, according to...
Contestants must thoroughly prepare themselves for a job interview and also show nerves of steel, says Simmy Cheng, assistant general manager for human resources and administration at Orient...
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