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Global Economy Watch - december

The Christmas period is a ‘make or break’ time for retailers and their supply chain, with sales made in November and December having a disproportionate impact on their performance for the year. Last year, for example, total spending over the Christmas period in the major Western economies amounted to around $445 billion. But who are the big spenders? Which nation’s shoppers embrace the seasonal spending spree with a ho! ho! ho! and which shun it with a no! no! no! PwC’s economists set out to discover.

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Overall Tax Cost and Compliance Burden Lower for Businesses around the World

Paying taxes has become easier over the past year for medium-sized companies around the world, the latest report from the World Bank Group and PwC finds. The time it takes an average company to meet its tax obligations dropped by four hours last year, according to the Paying Taxes 2015 study. The report also revealed that the total amount the average company paid in taxes and the number of payments it made also declined in the past year.

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