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ASIA: "Non-linear models - Driving the next phase of growth for the Indian IT Industry" report

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April,  2017


Automakers struggle to keep Vietnam production amid ASEAN tariff cuts
Vietnam had the world's second fastest growing car market last year. Automobile companies are forced to cut back production in Vietnam following lower tariffs among Southeast Asian countries but said they would maintain operation in the c (...)
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Auto Makers Long for Easier China
Top auto makers, facing the threat of costly North American trade policy changes, want the Trump administration to take a harder line on a market thousands of miles from their home turf. China's car business is attractive to outsiders cha (...)
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The Indian auto finance market - at a crossroads
The Indian auto finance market is one of the most matured in the world, with penetration levels of approximately 75% and the experience of multiple cycles. With significant innovation in areas of digital underwriting, collections and customer life cy (...)
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Report: US Automakers Seek End To Chinese Tariff
The debate over trade issues in Washington largely centers on the potential renegotiation of trade agreements, the establishment of new tariffs and a "border adjustment" plan that would prevent businesses from deducting imports on their tax (...)
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WardsAuto: Koreans Snap Up First Imported Bolt EVs in 2 Hours
GM Korea is having a banner year with the new Chevrolet Bolt, even though it is less than two weeks before its official unveiling March 30 at the Seoul auto show.The automaker began taking preorders March 17 for the all-electric Bolt. In (...)
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Indian Auto Stocks Hurt by Court Ruling
India's Supreme Court has ruled that auto makers will not be permitted to sell any leftover inventory that do not meet the country's new emission standards from April 1.Morgan Stanley analyst Binay Singh has the details of the ruling: (...)
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Chinese manufacturing, auto sales show rebound
Chinese manufacturing and auto sales rebounded in August, suggesting the world's second-biggest economy may not be slowing as quickly as feared.Two surveys released Wednesday showed production, new orders and purchasing prices all rose in (...)
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Asia corporate sentiment on the rebound
Corporate confidence in the largest Asia ex-Japan firms has rebounded to the highest level since 2014, with top executives looking to growth in demand as the main driver of earnings, according to US asset manager Fidelity International's (Fidelity) l (...)
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One in four forced to pay bribe in Asia - report
A survey of more than 20,000 people in 16 Asian countries has found corruption among public officials continues to be rife. An estimated 900 million people were forced to pay a bribe in the previous 12 months.The Berlin-based Transparency (...)
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India To Provide China Serious Competition In Low Cost Manufacturing By 2020 – Analysis
India can provide China a serious competition in cheap goods production in the near future. This topic was raised by Subrata Majumder, Adviser to Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO), New Delhi, and the author of numerous publications on economi (...)
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Low-cost Manufacturing In Asia: The Mighty Five
The MITI V is the latest acronym to emerge from the wordsmiths at Deloitte. Malaysia, India, Thailand, Indonesia and Vietnam. All these countries have a competitive advantage over China in the manufacture of labour intensive commodity-type products l (...)
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Shift of global economic power to emerging economies set to continue in long run, with India, Indonesia and Vietnam among star performers
Latest PwC report projects that for GDP measured at purchasing power parities (PPPs):- World economy could double in size by 2042- China has already overtaken the US to be largest economy based on GDP in PPP terms, and could b (...)
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Employee Pensions in India
KPMG in India in collaboration with FICCI has brought out a knowledge paper on employee pension plans in India. This is the second such knowledge paper and also covers industry practices on employee pension plans (collated through a survey). (...)
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China issues compliance requirements on related-party transactions
Background:On June 29, 2016 China's State Administration of Taxation issued Public Notice [2016] 42 ("Notice 42") which enforces additional compliance requirements for related-party transactions. The compliance requirements addres (...)
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How Technology Can Help China With The New Customs Self-Tax Methodology
When the General Administration of Customs (GAC) announced an immediate change for tax collection in October 2016, there was a very limited pilot area of goods at Shanghai port that were able to participate in the new self-tax methodology. Goods unde (...)
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India to block Japan’s request for WTO dispute panel on steel penal duties
India will block Japan's request for a dispute settlement panel at the World Trade Organisation (WTO) against penal duties on steel imports imposed by New Delhi, a government official has said. Tokyo's request will be taken up for conside (...)
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How Asian companies are making use of supply chain technology
What inspired SAP Ariba to make the move into China?China is aggressively promoting innovation and digital transformation through a new government agenda. The "Internet Plus' initiative, for instance, is driving heavy investment i (...)
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Vietnam: New update on CIT, PIT, FCT, SCT, Import duty and Export duty, and other taxes and fees on March 2017
1. Corporate Income Tax ("CIT")(i) No CIT incentive tax rate applicable for investment projects located in industrial parksAccording to Official Letter No. 292/TCT-DNL dated 23 January 2017 by the General Department of Taxation ("G (...)
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2017 Tax Reform - Passage of the Bills
The 2017 tax reform bills were passed by the 193rd ordinary session of the Japanese National Diet on 27 March 2017. To download 2-page Review, (...)
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APAC Was Highest Contributor to Supply Chain Risk in 2016
Global supply chain risk grew to a record high at the end of 2016 as the CIPS Risk Index, released by Dun & Bradstreet, rose to 82.64, from 79.14 at the end of 2015. The figures put global supply chain risk at the highest level in 24 years follow (...)
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Vietnam releases new transfer pricing decree
On 24 Feb 2017, the Vietnamese government released transfer pricing (TP) decree No. 20/2017/ND-CP: Providing tax administration applicable to enterprises having controlled transactions" (Decree 20), which will take effect from 1 May 2017. (...)
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Why India needs to take China’s One Belt One Road initiative seriously
India's insistence on keeping a distance from China's huge infrastructure enterprise called the One Belt One Road (OBOR) initiative is quite intriguing. Delhi is yet to disclose if it will participate in the Belt and Road forum at Beijing in May that (...)
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Talent Acquisition is Top-of-Mind for Southeast Asian Orgs
In Southeast Asia, talent acquisition, organization of the future,  and careers & learning have emerged as the top 3 human capital trends for 2017, according to Deloitte's annual Human Capital Trends report, titled "Rewriting the Rules of the Di (...)
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India: Illustrative Ind AS consolidated financial statements - First time adoption
The purpose of this publication is to assist organisations in preparing their first consolidated financial statements in accordance with Ind AS by providing illustrative consolidated financial statements of a hypothetical multinational corporation in (...)
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Singapore is on the Move!
That title should grab some attention! Why? In a world where most are convinced that we are straining to generate so-so "new normal' growth, anything that's "on the move' is an eye-catcher. And when it's Singapore we are talking about, it's even mo (...)
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Korean Tax Update 2017 March (Update in Korean language)
Latest tax updates and taxation trend in Korea on March 2017." Tax News" Revised Tax Law" Ruling UpdateTo download 9-page report, (...)
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Japan looks beyond Industry 4.0 towards Society 5.0
At the Cebit trade show in Germany, Japanese businesses want to go beyond smart factories, deploying industrial technologies to build a smart society.Declining birth rate, aging population, natural disasters, pollution: Do these sound lik (...)
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Singapore signs slew of deals with Vietnam
Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsieng Long seems to have a knack of brokering deals in Vietnam. Vietnam and Singapore signed six business memorandums of understanding on Thursday as part of Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsieng Long's fou (...)
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Two-thirds of Singapore employers struggle to attract talent
Key challenges include skills shift, low engagement, and poor retention.More than 65% of Singapore's employers are finding it hard to attract talent, whilst 28% struggle to retain the talent they already have, data from the Willis Towers (...)
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