What are the key themes we think could prevail in the global economy in 2018?
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Taxation of foreign entities receiving interest income deriving from Iceland
On the surface, small businesses seems an attractive market for insurers. However, their needs can be complex and traditionally have required a “high touch” personal service of a face to face agent or broker to provide advice and guidance, but at a lower premium than their larger corporate counterparts. Could digital hold the answer?
Exploring how 4IR innovations could help drive a systems transformation across the environment and natural resource security agenda.
The 13th edition of Strategy& Global Innovation 1000 Study focuses on the mix of R&D spend and the shift from physical product-based solutions towards software and service solutions.
Is Economic Integration the key to unlocking ASEAN’s export potential? This month, we look at one part of the world which is defying the recent slowdown in trade growth, South East Asia. We also introduce our new ‘nowcasting’ model for the US economy and look at the economics of natural disasters.
Change in the asset & wealth management industry is now accelerating at an exponential rate. Although the industry is set for growth over the next ten years, asset and wealth managers must become business revolutionaries, even disruptors, if they’re to survive and prosper. Now is the time for action.
Daniel Windaus, Working capital Partner, highlights some of the key findings from the latest PwC report on working capital. This the first time that our working capital experts have looked at working capital performance in relation to enterprise value - with interesting results. The report provides insight on sectors, territories and companies of all sizes.
Detailed insight into how the next generation of leaders are overcoming today’s challenges and keeping their families and businesses thriving. Find out how the next gen of family leaders are tackling key issues in like digital, professionalisation and social impact.
Our 'Workforce of the future' report examines four worlds of work in 2030, to show how competing forces are shaping the workforces and jobs of the future. PwC's global People and Organisation Leaders, Jon Williams, Carol Stubbings and Bhushan Sethi discuss how these forces this will influence the world of work over the next decade.
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