The 20th CEO survey looks back at two decades of rapid transformation in Central and Eastern Europe, seeking insights into what the future may hold, and offering business leaders’ thoughts on three areas they identify as crucial to their companies’ continued success: the fierce competition for talent; digital trust and innovation; and ensuring that growth benefits all segments of society.
In our 20th CEO Survey, while large numbers of business leaders told us it is becoming increasingly difficult to balance global competition and protectionism, the majority still focus on globalisation’s upsides. Bob Moritz, PwC Global Chairman, explains why that's important.
Paying Taxes 2017, now in its 11th edition, continues to be a unique report from PwC and the World Bank Group. It is the only piece of research which, by using a medium-sized domestic case study company, measures and assesses the ease of paying taxes across 190 economies. This year, for the first time, we look at two post-filing processes; obtaining a VAT refund and correcting a corporate income tax return and dealing with any corresponding tax audits. This publication also includes two articles which look beyond the case study.
Our 2016 Global Economic Crime Survey ("GECS") covers the period from our last survey in 2014 to 2016. It is the largest survey of its kind, with 6,337 survey participants from 115 countries. This is the eighth time we have prepared the global survey.
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