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Günümüzde enerji tüketimi yüksek seviyelere ulaşmış ve hızla yükselmeye devam etmektedir. Bu durum da sektöre olan yatırımları arttırmaktadır. Farklı ülkelerdeki vergi düzenlemeleri, artan maliyetler ve bu maliyetlere ilişkin azalan karlılık oranları olarak gerçekleşmiştir. Bir yandan da sektörde çevre ve iş güvenliği tedbirleri her geçen gün arttırılmaktadır.

RSM Türkiye müşterilerine karmaşık enerji sektörü düzenlemeleri, vergisel konular ve finansal tablo denetimleri gibi hizmetler sunmaktadır.

The Evolution of Tax: a fifty-year perspective

5 October 2015
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.  

International Tax Reform: The Drive to Close Tax Loopholes in the OECD

1 September 2013
In September 2013, the leaders of the G20 countries meeting in St. Petersburg endorsed the OECD’s Action Plan on Base Erosion and Profit Sharing (BEPS). The 15-point plan includes the following:

Africa: The Last Frontier of the World Economy

1 May 2013
Once dismissed as an economic backwater beset by political turmoil, Africa has become an attractive market for globally active companies seeking long-term profitable growth.

The Future of Renewable Energy

4 April 2013
The global development of renewable energy encounters a number of obstacles:

RSM Survey of International Business Confidence

1 February 2013
his report summarises the results of a survey of international business confidence conducted at the RSM Annual Conference in London in November 2012. The survey gauged the views of over 280 senior leaders from within RSM member firms 70 countries on the following issues:

Renewable Energy In Poland

1 October 2012
Poland is the European Union’s most coal-dependent economy. Coal represents over 80 percent of Poland’s national energy production and nearly 90 percent of its electricity generation. The outsized share of coal in Poland’s energy sector heightens pressure to develop renewable energy to meet the European Union’s 20-20-20 Directive.