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China’s Belt and Road
The vital role of accountancy in China’s Belt and Road Initiative

China’s bid to create a third global trade axis could be good news for accountancy in more ways than one.

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Paradise papers
The ethics of Paradise

Rightly or wrongly, it comes as no surprise to find accountancy in the firing line following the publication of the Paradise Papers, the second biggest data leak in history after the Panama Papers.

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Reporting standards
Making sense of reporting standards

As business becomes more global, more and more accountancy firms are having to get to grips with the complex world of international financial reporting.

Accountancy World news
EU VAT system
Drastic reform of EU VAT system on the way

Bert Laman, Global Indirect Tax Group from Mazars discusses the European Commission's proposed drastic reform of the VAT system.

Accountancy Opinion Economics
Mexico's tax system
Transforming Mexico’s digital tax landscape

The deadline is imminent for the mandatory implementation of new Mexican CFDI reforms (version 3.3).

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Intangible assets
Accounting for the invisible asset

What a balance sheet currently shows is interesting, but what it hides is often more crucial.

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Cross-border tax
ACCA welcomes increased transparency in cross-border tax arrangements

Proposed changes to the monitoring and enforcement of cross-border tax arrangements in Europe have been welcomed by ACCA.

Accountancy Economics
CPD
Improving accountancy CPD with new International Education Standard

An update to CPD standards for accountancy professionals has been proposed by the IAESB.

Accountancy
Reporting guidelines
New integrated reporting guidelines boost standards

Integrated reporting enables businesses to develop key insight into their strengths and weaknesses, improving strategy and planning for accountancy firms.

Accountancy
Artificial intelligence
Finance chiefs have mixed feelings about automation

Eight per cent of accountants believe automation will have an impact in the next two to five years, research shows.

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