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Asia Pacific

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UNDERSTANDING ASIA PACIFIC

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The economy of Asia and the Pacific covers a huge variety of individual economies, all at varying stages of maturity and with different levels of growth. Overall, the outlook is positive, fuelled by exceptional rises in consumer demand. 

For decades, RSM has supported businesses in the region to prosper and navigate the ever-changing labour laws, cross-border arrangements and compliance legislation.

We are experiencing high demand from medium-sized businesses for a full range of services, with a special focus on investment, corporate set-ups, repatriation of profits, market intelligence and transfer pricing.
When you work with RSM, we will provide one senior individual who will manage your entire investment relationship, whether your interests are in China, Singapore or New Zealand. 

Our people are steeped in their local cultures and traditions, as well as local rules and regulations. This enables us to put together a multilingual team who can bridge the gap between Eastern and Western ways of doing business, and help you capitalise on the huge potential of the region.

Global business confidence - a local perspective from Hong Kong & China

19 August 2011
Jean M Stephens
The latest FT/Economist Global Business Barometer indicated a fall in confidence among businesses around the world. More than a third of respondents expect conditions to worsen.

Propelling growth in Malaysia

26 May 2011
Jean M Stephens
Recently I had the pleasure of spending time with my colleagues in Malaysia celebrating the 33rd anniversary of our member firm RSM RKT Group, with staff and clients of the firm. Many congratulations to the RSM team in Malaysia on this great occasion.

Chinese economic growth bears expensive fruit

17 May 2011
Jean M Stephens
Sometimes you have to look at the small stuff to understand the complexity of economic growth. My latest trip to China was eye opening. The cost of everyday items, such as the price of fruit has risen significantly this year - by all accounts some 31% in the past 12 months (consumer prices were up 5% in the year to March).

Austria's taxation dilemma

6 April 2011
Jean M Stephens
The Financial Times published a thought-provoking article this morning that looks at a new tax introduced by the Austrian government last year. The new 25 percent levy on capital gains from stocks, bonds and other financial instruments aims to reduce the country's deficit by increasing state revenue.

Inspired by India

25 February 2011
Jean M Stephens
I just returned from a trip to Mumbai where I spent two days exploring the growth opportunities in India with the leaders of our member firm, RSM Astute Consulting*. Mumbai is very well known for its high energy and excitement and this trip certainly proved it no different.

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How can we help you? (Asia Pacific)

Regional Office

RSM Asia Pacific
Level 21
55 Collins Street
Melbourne
Vic. 3000

Tel: +61 3 9286 8000
Fax: +61 3 9286 8199

Regional Leader
Neil Hough

Regional Coordinator
Lynnette McGowan

RSM Representation in Asia Pacific:

Australia
Bangladesh
Cambodia
China
Hong Kong
India
Indonesia
Japan
Malaysia
Myanmar
New Zealand
Pakistan
Philippines
Singapore
South Korea
Sri Lanka
Taiwan
Thailand
Vietnam