You don’t need to be a motor industry specialist to know that the Australian and global automotive industries are facing major challenges.
Sydney and Melbourne house prices will continue to fall further this financial year, before plateauing and then recovering over the following two years
KPMG Australia’s Chairman Alison Kitchen said yesterday that while business had many challenges on the horizon for 2019, she was cautiously positive about the outlook and expected growth opportunities to continue, particularly in the second half of the year following the Australian Federal Election.
The global stock markets have been suffering pre-Christmas jitters this week over fears of a possible US interest rate rise and a general alarm over the world economy.
It’s that time of year again. The world’s biggest air freight operation swings into action as Santa and his elves deliver presents to just over 525,000,000 children around the world in a mere 22 hours. How do they do it?
The overall MYEFO figures are strong and welcome. But it is crucial that the government should maintain a fiscal discipline and use the improving budget position to pay down its borrowings…
So in 2019, when you hear a leader say the customer is their boss, there’s a much better chance than ever before that they truly mean it. But if we accept this truth, it necessitates fundamental change.
What’s really top of mind and keeping our business leaders up at night (when there’s no axe to grind)
Our research practice, KPMG Acuity, engaged a broad spectrum of C-level leaders from a diversity of industries to think about the main issues concerning them for 2019.
Growth expectations for Australia in FY19 and FY20 remain positive, albeit softer than last year.
Not all standards are good things and truly great things are never standard as with the case when the space shuttle program was limited by the US standard railroad gauge.