The third edition of the RSM's Global Real Economy, with insight on the Trans Pacific Treaty, Brexit and it's effect on different industries, and the Rep. of Ireland's 2017 budget and how it relates to multinational companies.
This edition of The Global Real Economy includes five articles from chief economist Joe Brusuelas; Brendan Quirk, RSM’s regional leader for Latin America and Dr. Suresh Surana, founder of RSM India, on the following topics:
This report is part of the RSM Business Resilience Survey. European entrepreneurs and experts from the RSM network in Europe, were asked to evaluate companies’ strategy choices, the mentality of business leaders, the business culture of their country and key macroeconomic data. 410 auditors and other members of the RSM network and 291 entrepreneurs from several cou
India is presently the world’s third-largest economy, with gross domestic product (GDP) of U.S. $7.4 trillion, in terms of purchasing power parity (PPP). The World Bank and International Monetary Fund (IMF) have projected India’s annual growth rate at 7.25 percent for 2015.
The Global Real Economy is a new bi-annual e-publication, which includes economic and other business insights to reflect the RSM network’s global reach and its ability to provide world-class audit, tax and consulting services to leaders of entrepreneurial, growth-focused companies around the world.
A thought-leadership paper analysing the future evolution of the tax landscape, benchmarked against tax trends of the last 50 years. It includes the opinions of over 50 RSM tax leaders from around the world.