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02 July 2015 Tapping the potential of older workers
02 July 2015 Subsidy alert - July
30 June 2015 No more deadline extension
12 June 2015 Green light to the adoption of IFRS in Hungary
27 May 2015 Chinese Companies Take Innovation Path in Efforts to Globalize
27 May 2015 Changing advertising tax rates
13 May 2015 Tax & Legal Alert - issue 536
08 April 2015 Global Economy Watch - May
07 May 2015 Managing cyber risks in an interconnected world
22 April 2015 Sporting Leaders Study on Legacy
22 April 2015 Water has moved to the top of the business risk agenda
15 April 2015 Significant changes afoot for Global Capital Markets
10 April 2015 GDP growth through a labour market lens
07 April 2015Food trust: increasing regulatory changes impacting the global food industry
03 April 2015Mandatory exchange of information between EU Member States on cross-border tax rulings
26 March 2015Tax & Legal Alert - EKAER Tool
17 March 2015What would a Greek ewxit mean for the Eurozone?
12 March 2015Hungarian CEO Survey 2015
With recent events in Greece bringing bailouts back into the headlines, PwC economists have assessed how the five Eurozone bailout economies have been performing. The analysis shows that despite being the first to enter a bailout in 2010, Greece is now back to where it started. What about other peripheral economies?
A new survey charting the top risks in the global insurance sector shows that cyber risk and interest rates are now among the top risks for insurers. Their entry, new into the rankings of this fifth successive survey, are indicative of how high a concern they have become for the industry when looked at in conjunction with regulatory developments and the broader macro-economy.
Latest report from PwC economists compares employment of older workers across 34 OECD countries and finds that Iceland tops the table, followed by New Zealand, Sweden, Israel and Norway. Slovakia, Greece, Poland and Hungary, however are performing way below average.