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The Q3 2015 edition gives a near-term outlook for Singapore, South Korea, and Vietnam, apart from a report on household debt in Asia.
Participate in Deloitte’s 2015 Global Shared Services Survey. Since 1999, Deloitte has conducted biennial research on shared services organizations to explore the evolving concept and assess emerging trends.
This whitepaper proposes a simple yet powerful framework for challenging deeply held assumptions to test – and, ultimately, strengthen – an enterprise’s strategy.
Q2 2015 edition: The economic situation is very different in each of the world’s leading markets. Europe is torn between two poles; the government is acting to thwart China’s slowdown; Japan is recovering; India is strengthening; and Brazil and Russia continue to face serious challenges.
As global capital markets become increasingly integrated, many countries are moving to International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). For example, in the European Union, companies with publicly traded shares or debt on a European exchange must use IFRS for financial reporting for year ends.
10 commonly held myths about CIOs and information technology that if left unchallenged can mean missing the chance to create real value from IT investment.
Deloitte Greenhouse Southeast Asia
The Deloitte Greenhouse in Singapore helps executive teams strategize, innovate, learn, and overcome business challenges.
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Deloitte UK’s Centre for Health Solutions released ten provocative statements predicting the world of 2020 in a new report, Healthcare and Life Sciences Predictions 2020: A bold future?
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GST Chat is Deloitte Malaysia's newsletter on Indirect Tax developments in GST and Customs. Get some of our insights on what we see as pressing issues for businesses in the world of Indirect Tax.
The U.S. banking industry is entering a new phase in its post-crisis journey, with a much sharper focus on boosting profitability. Consistent growth is likely to be a multiyear process, but 2015 could be a turning point in achieving this goal, in spite of the new challenges banks will face.