Beijing, 16 April, 2019 – EY today releases the third issue of Navigator: Borderless win-win cooperation in building the Belt and Road. This report focuses on the development and prospect of “third-party market cooperation” under the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).
China outbound investment possesses significant growth potential, China-US trade frictions accelerate Chinese enterprises to move upward in the global value chain —— EY releases the 9th issue of China Go Abroad
Supported by all parties, the BRI has been incorporated into the outcome documents of international institutions such as the United Nations, the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation, the Shanghai Cooperation Organization and the Asia-Europe Meeting, etc. B&R construction is expected to enter a new stage of pursuing high-quality development based on the principle of achieving shared growth through discussion and collaboration.
EY’s Europe attractiveness survey has been tracking these investment decisions since 2000. Investors’ strong enthusiasm for Europe comes against a backdrop of accelerating growth in both developed and emerging markets, and recovering global trade flows.
This Asia-Pacific (APAC) Insurance Chief Risk Officer (CRO) survey has been undertaken with the aim of gaining insights into the role that CROs and risk functions play among insurers, and the key priorities of CROs in the short and medium term.
One might have thought that 2018 would be the quiet port in the storms of tax change, that have included the G20/OECD BEPS project, the focus of the European Union and the European Parliament on corporate taxation, and fundamental US tax reform, among others. But, as this Outlook shows the global tax environment looks to be as dynamic— and challenging — as before, with activity across almost all seas.