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13 April 2021
Deloitte China CFO Program conducted the 2021 Q1 China CFO Survey in February 2021, which reflects the views of CFOs and senior finance practitioners from companies across China. The survey report has been complied with the findings from the feedbacks we have collected from CFOs.
08 April 2021
According to a review of the Chinese Mainland and Hong Kong initial public markets in Q1 2021 with outlook released by the National Public Offering Group of Deloitte China today, the two markets are well supported to continue to perform vibrantly in the rest of 2021.
29 March 2021
According toDeloitte's Tracking the trends 2021 report, closing the mining industry's trust deficit with its stakeholders is central to winning back the confidence of investors, employees, and communities as miners traverse a more fractured landscape due to COVID-19.
16 March 2021
COVID-19 fuels expansion of online hospital market and spurs industry shift towards 'smart healthcare management'
According to Deloitte's new report Internet Hospitals in China: The new step into digital healthcare, COVID-19 has accelerated the development of China's online hospital ecosystem.
04 March 2021
Deloitte named a Magic Quadrant Leader in Data and Analytics Service Providers for seven consecutive times in a row by Gartner
Gartner, the world’s leading information technology and advisory company, named Deloitte a Leader for the seventh time in a row in its February 2021 report titled, Magic Quadrant for Data and Analytics Service Providers.
01 March 2021
Deloitte's Chinese Medical Device Industry: How to thrive in an increasingly competitive market? whitepaper examines how foreign brands can enter the Chinese market by adopting an "In China, For China" strategy amid a changing regulatory environment and increasingly competitive landscape.
24 February 2021
Financial Secretary Paul Chan Mo-Po presented his 5th HK budget speech against the backdrop of a second year of economic contraction, this time due to COVID-19, announcing an expected budget deficit of HKD257.6 billion for 2020/21 and anticipated fiscal reserves of HKD902.7 billion by 31 March 2021.
04 February 2021