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    Winning in maturing markets will require new models

    Business, PwC Thailand, Published on 13/03/2017

    » At the start of 2016, many commentators expressed declining optimism about emerging markets, in particular China, Brazil, Russia and Southeast Asia, amid a drop in economic performance and weaker growth predictions. In reality, what affected emerging markets was a mix of domestic and external factors that, when taken individually, were not unusual, but when they occurred simultaneously had a dramatic impact.


    More investment incentives in pipeline as Thailand seeks to enhance competitiveness

    Business, PwC Thailand, Published on 27/02/2017

    » Thailand is introducing two new investment programmes -- Amendment No.4 of the Investment Promotion Act 2017 and the Competitive Enhancement Act for Targeted Industries 2017 -- aimed at enhancing the country's competitiveness on the world stage and maintaining a position as a major business hub within Southeast Asia for trade, investment and finance.


    Tax breaks commonly missed by expats

    Business, PwC Thailand, Published on 13/02/2017

    » You may be from a country where personal income tax deduction options are minimal. Thailand, on the other hand, has many tax relief options. Many expatriate employees may be missing out on the full relief they're entitled to, which could result in sizeable losses.


    What will the new revenue recognition standard mean for your business?

    Business, PwC Thailand, Published on 30/01/2017

    » Our world has changed dramatically in recent years. Business activities and transactions suited to the past and present might no longer suit us or survive in the future world. The cloud and artificial intelligence (AI) are certain to have more impact on the ways many of us do business.


    The future of work and the role of HR

    Business, PwC Thailand, Published on 13/01/2017

    » Innovation is creating new industries and the need for different business models. New technology and social networks are having a huge impact on how people communicate, collaborate and work. Workforces will become more and more diverse with multi-generational, multicultural, and multi-located employees, and will be very challenging to manage. The key question you should be asking is how these changes will affect the way you attract, retain and motivate talent in your organisation and how your Human Resources function needs to change.


    Secondment and tax: risks of sending employees to work in Thailand

    Business, PwC Thailand, Published on 20/12/2016

    » Seconding employees has become standard practice for multinationals. Companies get internationally experienced employees with the skills to work in many cultures. Employees get to travel and expand their business and personal worlds.


    Conflicts of interest and their cultural context in Southeast Asia

    Business, PwC Thailand, Published on 06/12/2016

    » Strong relationships are central to doing business in Southeast Asia, and favours among friends and family, even in business, are normal in Asia. But these relationships can become a double-edged sword, leading to potential conflicts of interest that can hurt businesses.


    Legal mechanisms for employment risk and crisis management

    Business, PwC Thailand, Published on 22/11/2016

    » Human resources has to deal with many issues, and those issues can turn out to be more complex when they go beyond daily operations such as legal non-compliance, misconduct, malpractice, fraud, or damage to a company's property and reputation. Dealing with a problem may require comprehensive yet cautious measures, as there may be consequences and subsequent liability. Employment issues aren't only caused by employees, but also by employers when they don't comply with the law, possibly due to a lack of awareness of the legal implications. The available legal mechanisms are defensive, preventive and offensive, and these can help to prevent unexpected scenarios and minimise exposure.


    Are you ready for an FTA origin verification audit?

    Business, PwC Thailand, Published on 08/11/2016

    » Thailand has free trade agreements (FTAs) with a number of countries, including all of the Asean members, Japan, China, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, India, Chile and Peru. There are many benefits for companies that use FTAs, the most obvious being the duty savings in the importing country, and potentially counting the imported goods as qualifying content in the calculation of exported goods that qualify for FTAs.


    M&A: Making strategic acquisitions to achieve growth

    Business, PwC Thailand, Published on 25/10/2016

    » The Asean Economic Community is opening up the region to the free movement of goods and services, as well as the free flow of capital and labour. Concurrently, companies from the traditional developed economies that are experiencing little or no growth at home are seeking new opportunities in the growth markets of Southeast Asia. These forces are creating buy-side activity in the mergers and acquisitions market. Meanwhile, family-owned businesses are assessing increased competition, as well as more challenging management succession issues, which together drive sell-side considerations.

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