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Intellectual Property Rights in China are changing

The war of words between the US and China over Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) masks a shift in policy that could make China more attractive to international businesses.

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Paradise papers
The ethics of Paradise

Rightly or wrongly, it comes as no surprise to find accountancy in the firing line following the publication of the Paradise Papers, the second biggest data leak in history after the Panama Papers.

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Secondments
Chalking up a positive experience with Praxity’s secondments blackboard

Praxity’s new secondments blackboard aims to ensure both individuals and firms can enjoy the rich benefits of these capability-building opportunities, as soon as they arise.

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Cybersecurity
Cyber Risk Survey Report

Praxity participant firm Aronson has released a report on cybersecurity shedding light on the key challenges firms are facing across the cyber landscape.

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Conference tips
How to get the most out of a conference

Praxity’s tips on getting the most out of a conference without missing out or burning out.

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Intangible assets
Accounting for the invisible asset

What a balance sheet currently shows is interesting, but what it hides is often more crucial.

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GDPR
GDPR: where we are and where we’re going

Risks and rewards of new data regulations.

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Africa growth
Innovation: Africa is inventing its own model

The African continent is activating the intrapreneurship and open innovation drivers to address its particular developmental and growth challenges.

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Artificial intelligence
Finance chiefs have mixed feelings about automation

Eight per cent of accountants believe automation will have an impact in the next two to five years, research shows.

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Gender pay gap
Gender pay gap almost gone for millennials

A new study has shown that the gender pay gap is just five per cent for women in their 20s, but that this grows substantially as they progress.

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