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The stock of Japanese FDI in Hong Kong has more than tripled since 2005 and reached $18.4 billion in 2012, with annual flows increasing at a rate of 9% per year.
With its strong financial sector, low taxation rates, service-driven economy and predicted growth rates of 8.4% for the next 5 years, Hong Kong has been described as one of the easiest and freest places in the world to do business. It’s no surprise that Hong Kong is the 4th largest global recipient of FDI . PwC’s adept, closely-meshed network of professionals across Asia can help you navigate this unique environment.
PwC Hong Kong has a firm place at the core of the Hong Kong business community. With 5 Japanese CPAs and 25 other bilingual professionals, PwC Hong Kong hopes to help your firm integrate into this bustling commercial hub.
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PwC’s 21st survey of almost 1,300 CEOs around the world is launched today at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos.
Analysis by PwC from interviews and data from over 550 global investment professionals and over 1300 CEOs, 45% of investors and analysts said they were very confident (2016: 22%) about global economic growth.
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