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India worst Asia-Pacific country in terms of predictability of tax laws: Deloitte

Deloitte IndiaIndia is seen as the worst Asia-Pacific country in terms of predictability of tax laws, according to consultancy firm Deloitte's 2014 Asia Pacific Tax Complexity Survey Report.

In the tax complexity survey of 800 tax executives in 20 Asia-Pacific countries, nearly 75 per cent of respondents said that the predictability of tax laws in China, India and Indonesia was either poor or just absent. They added India's position on tax laws change more rapidly than other countries.

Deloitte faces fine of £14m over MG Rover case

Deloitte faces fine of £14m over MG Rover caseThe financial authorities in the UK have imposed a fine of £14million and have issued a severe reprimand against Deloitte not managing its conflicts of interest when advising MG Rover and its owners.

Deloitte seeking more clarity on UK tax laws

Deloitte seeking more clarity on UK tax lawsGlobal accounting firm, Deloitte has urged the UK government to provide clarity on the direction of the tax law reforms in the country stating that there have been mixed signals on the issue.

Chief executive and senior partner David Sproul of Deloitte UK said that a number of companies have delayed their plans to establish presence in the UK due to the lack of clarity on the tax laws. He pointed out that there have been conflicting signals from the Treasury and the House of Commons Public Accounts Committee (PAC) on tax laws.

Deloitte on a hiring spree

DeloitteOne of the top accounting companies in the world, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu is going big time on hiring. In a statement, it said that as many as 5,000 people worldwide will be taken in the company and much of these will be in the Asian region and that too India.

The step is being taken since Deloitte was able to show strong revenue during this period and is now looking for expanding itself.

Its revenue went up by 1.8 per cent to end to end at $26.6 billion for the year ending March 31. Most of the sales has been coming from its consulting businesses in Asia.

Deloitte LLP to recruit 12,000 in India

Deloitte LLP to recruit 12,000 in IndiaBusiness consultancy firm, Deloitte has announced plans to hire 12,000 people in India over the next 30 months. This would double the company’s manpower to 24,500.

“We will hire around 12,000 people in every sector, including IT, CAs, financial services. The process has started and 40 per cent of the new recruits will be freshers,” said the Managing Director of the company’s India unit Mr Hari Kumar. He was speaking at the sidelines of Nasscom Summit on Thursday.

Deloitte plans to hire 15,000 people in India

Deloitte plans to hire 15,000 people in IndiaNew Delhi - Global business consultancy Deloitte plans to hire 15,000 people in India over the next two to three years, the company's top official said Tuesday.

"We are very upbeat about the Indian economy and have major expansion plans in India," Deloitte's global chief executive Jim Quigley was quoted as saying by IANS news agency.

"At present, we are employing about 11,000 people in India. To increase our business, we are planning increase it by 15,000 people over the next two to three years," Quigley said at a press briefing in the Indian capital.

Upbeat Deloitte to hire 15,000 people in India

Upbeat Deloitte to hire 15,000 people in IndiaNew Delhi, Nov 10 : Global business consultancy Deloitte is planning to hire 15,000 people in the country over the next two to three years, the company's top official said here Tuesday.

"We are very upbeat about the Indian economy and have major expansion plans in India," said Deloitte's global chief executive Jim Quigley.

"At present, we are employing about 11,000 people in India. To increase our business, we are planning increase it by 15,000 people over the next two to three years," Quigley told reporters.

Upbeat Deloitte to hire 15,000 people in India

Upbeat Deloitte to hire 15,000 people in IndiaNew Delhi, Nov 10 : Global business consultancy Deloitte is planning to hire 15,000 people in the country over the next two to three years, the company's top official said here Tuesday.

"We are very upbeat about the Indian economy and have major expansion plans in India," said Deloitte's global chief executive Jim Quigley.

"At present, we are employing about 11,000 people in India. To increase our business, we are planning increase it by 15,000 people over the next two to three years," Quigley told reporters.




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