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What do we think about think tanks?

In a ‘post-truth’ world where debate is just as often framed by emotions as by details of policy, think tanks are under attack.

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Shorts joins Praxity
UK accounting firm Shorts joins Praxity Global Alliance

UK accounting firm Shorts expands its reach and enhances its services by joining Praxity Global Alliance.

Praxity news
World economy
The world economy is heading for trouble, says the IMF

How seriously should we take the warning?

Economics World news
accounting for not-for-profit organisations
How Praxity firms are helping not-for-profits overcome major accounting challenges

The not-for-profit (NFP) sector faces an increasingly complex set of accounting challenges that escalate considerably in the international arena.

Accountancy Praxity news
Praxity participant firms global revenue
The who, what, why of Praxity that makes a world of difference for clients

After more than a decade of consistent growth since its foundation on 1 April 2007, Praxity – celebrated its eleventh anniversary at the weekend.

Praxity news
India tax system
The Indian tax landscape: changing for the better

The Indian economy and its tax system is undergoing a period of massive change. What’s happening and what does it mean for businesses?

Economics Praxity news
Social media
​Getting seriously social @work

It’s difficult to think of a time without social media...

Business Praxity news
China’s Belt and Road Initiative
Hong Kong could have major finance role in China’s new East-West trade route

China’s mammoth project to create a third global trade axis is taking shape and Hong Kong is ideally positioned to take advantage.

Economics World news
Praxity achieves record revenues
Praxity participants achieve record revenues

Growth underlines the global alliance’s leading position in the accounting sector.

Praxity news
Intellectual Property Rights
Intellectual Property Rights in China are changing

The war of words between the US and China over Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) masks a shift in policy that could make China more attractive to international businesses.

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