Asia Practice

If you're looking to grow your business into Asia, or from Asia into Australia, we bring a combined knowledge of markets and our connected international network to help you succeed. 

By applying our practical experience, strength on the ground and deep cultural understanding, we can help you to navigate the opportunities and challenges involved in investing away from home. 

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Asia Pacific Tax Notes 2016

Asia Pacific Tax Notes, which is launched annually, provides a comprehensive overview of the key tax developments in 19 territories in the Asia Pacific region.

Doing business in Myanmar

A comprehensive summary of the various key developments, as well as practical guidance and considerations for doing business in Myanmar.

Indonesian Pocket Tax Book 2016

For the latest information about Indonesian corporate and individual tax at your fingertips, see the new 2016 Indonesian Pocket Tax Book.

Vietnam Pocket Tax Book 2016

The information in this booklet is based on current taxation regulations and practice including certain legislative proposals as at 1 March 2016.

2015/2016 Malaysian Tax and Business Booklet

2015/2016 Malaysian Tax and Business Booklet

Asialink Business and PwC Country Starter Packs

Valuable information on the different market opportunities for Australian businesses looking to enter Asia or grow their operations in the region

Gateway to Asia - Doing business in Taiwan

A concise guide to the key aspects of doing business and investing in Taiwan

Doing Business in Australia

Australia has one of the strongest, most competitive, open and flexible economies in the world.

Thai Tax 2015 Booklet

PwC Transparency report 2015

Indonesian Infrastructure: Stable foundations for growth

Infrastructure continues to be a top priority for President Joko Widodo’s administration.

The Renminbi

A practical introduction to conducting cross-border trade and investment with China

A new delivery - satisfying Southeast Asia's appetite through digital - 2016

A new delivery - Satisfying Southeast Asia's appetite through digital presents a view of how companies can prepare themselves to meet the evolving needs of consumers.

China Economic Quarterly August 2016

The China Economic Quarterly is a market outlook prepared on a quarterly basis by PwC to share the latest economic and policy updates.

The Disruptive Face of the Retail and Consumer Products Sector in China and Hong Kong

This report examines the recent developments and drivers of disruption in China and Hong Kong's retail and consumer products sectors as well as looking at how some innovative companies are responding to the challenges and turning disruption into opportunities.

The Rise of China's silicon dragon

China’s internet players are shifting the centre of gravity in the global digital economy and forcing multinationals to rethink fundamental assumptions about the sources of innovation-led growth.

Chinese cities of Opportunity

The Chinese Cities of Opportunity report is a series of city survey reports jointly released by PwC China and the China Development Research Foundation for discussion at the China Development Forum.

A recipe for food trust: PwC's Food Supply and Integrity Services

Building trust in food is one of the most complex problems that business and society must solve. But it's also a great opportunity for food companies. You're the ones who can get it right and create value for your brand and customers. Everybody is looking for safe, high-quality food they can trust - we can support you in building that trusted brand.

China's new silk route

In the midst of all these developments, it may have been challenging to keep an eye on China’s long-term goals, ambitions and initiatives; most notably, the significant efforts China’s leadership is putting into its ‘Going Global’ strategy, of which the ‘Belt and Road’ (B&R) initiative is an integral part.

Rethinking Japan: an opportunity for Australian business

Japan has been working hard to turn around their economic fortunes. And whilst they have had some success, there is still plenty to do. Leading thinkers met with PwC and Asialink Business to discuss the state of Japan’s economy and what it means for Australian business.

How is Asia shaping tomorrow's Australia?