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26 March 2015Tax & Legal Alert - EKAER Tool
17 March 2015What would a Greek ewxit mean for the Eurozone?
12 March 2015Hungarian CEO Survey 2015
19 February 2015Subsidy Alert - February
11 February 2015Will the shift in global economic power continue?
2 February 2015Europe’s loan portfolio market to top €100bn in 2015
30 January 2015Social Security in case of an assignment, reporting obligation
28 January 2015The balance between the economic succes and sustainable develpoment
23 January 2015Cafeteria is still a winner
22 January 2015Changes to the rules on R&D contribution
21 January 2015CEOs less optimistic about global economy for 2015
14 January 2015Achieve higher tax savings by allocating your corporate tax advances for supporting sports and culture by 20 January
8 January 2015More stringent rules on transfer pricing comparability analysis
7 January 2015PwC economists reveal predictions for 2015
10 December 2014The Christmas period is a ‘make or break’ time
3 November 2014Key Trends in Human Capital 2014
21 October 2014Cocoa Price Trends and Prospects
15 October 2014Global Family Business Survey
2 October 2014Big Decisions
3 September 2014Two new partners join PwC Hungary’s leadership
12 August 2014PwC named a leader in Strategy Consulting Services
7 August 2014Africa: Growth is on the horizon
Despite the recent agreement to extend Greece’s bailout package, the threat of a Greek exit from the Eurozone has not gone away. PwC economists have advised businesses to start preparing themselves for the possibility of Greece leaving the Eurozone. They have updated the Greek exit scenario first developed in 2011, outlined two triggers that could set the exit wheels in motion, and identified three channels through which a Greek exit could impact the wider Eurozone.
CEOs continue to be confident about their own companies' growth prospects, but are less optimistic about the global and Hungarian economic outlook. Nearly one-third of CEOs plan to enter a new industry, while more than 50% expect new competitors to emerge from other industries.
To mark International Women’s Day (IWD) on Sunday 8th March 2015, PwC surveyed 8,756 female millennials from 75 countries to find out how they feel about the world of work and their career. The report – The female millennial: A new era of talent - aims to provide some insight into the minds of female millennials and how to position your organisation and talent strategies.
We would like to offer you PwC Hungary's guide project package in relation to the Electronic Road Freight Control System (EKAER).