China’s bid to create a third global trade axis could be good news for accountancy in more ways than one.
Fasten your seatbelts: China is creating a new global trade axis
If the hype is to be believed, China’s Belt and Road initiative will develop infrastructure and trade in local communities and across vast regions and continents.
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.
Making sense of reporting standards
As business becomes more global, more and more accountancy firms are having to get to grips with the complex world of international financial reporting.
Transforming Mexico’s digital tax landscape
The deadline is imminent for the mandatory implementation of new Mexican CFDI reforms (version 3.3).
Is the Puerto Rico crisis a one-off? Praxity participant firms try to make sense of the biggest US debt restructuring in history
With various states, territories and governments around the world teetering on the verge of economic meltdown, the bankruptcy ‘plan’ of Puerto Rico is under intense scrutiny.
Puerto Rico debt crisis sends shockwaves around the world
The fallout of Puerto Rico’s lurch towards bankruptcy while facing debts of $74 billion is set to be felt far beyond the island’s 3.4 million inhabitants.
Will Swiss vote against tax reform threaten it's competitiveness?
Corporation tax vote may make Switzerland less attractive to business.
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.
Central bank stability at risk
A report from Bloomberg has suggested that there could be increasing instability with Europe's central banks.