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We understand the challenges our clients face in being market leaders - whether expanding, diversifying and taking on new markets or dealing with increasing competition and demanding regulatory frameworks. Companies operating in unfamiliar markets face further challenges navigating the regulatory and commercial environments. Our clients need more assurance, greater access to reliable financial information, and experienced local advisers who deliver sound advice.

We are committed to providing seamless high-quality service for Chinese companies doing business overseas and for New Zealand companies doing business in China. Our China Overseas Investment Network (COIN) is part of our commitment to helping businesses grow and thrive in New Zealand and in China and enables us to deliver consistent and coordinated services to our clients that are tailored to met their unique needs.

About the China Business Group
We established the China Business Group of EY to focus on:

  • New Zealand companies operating and investing in China, and
  • Chinese companies operating and investing in New Zealand

We connect our clients operating cross-border with the specialists, services and local market experience from the New Zealand and China practices. We bring people who are bi-lingual, have experience working in China or with Chinese companies to our clients solution.

Our services include:

  • Market Entry Strategic Analysis
  • Transaction Advisory Services
  • Performance Improvement
  • Assurance Services
  • IT Risk and Assurance
  • Tax Advisory and Compliance Services
  • Human Capital Advisory
  • Immigration and Visa Assistance

Rapid-growth markets forecast:Autumn 2012

In a global context, the top 25 economies selected for our forecast have the long-term potential to generate strong business opportunities. But even these 25 rapid-growth markets (RGMs) have not escaped unharmed from the uncertainty and fragility that impacted developed economies. Autumn Edition 2012

China's productivity imperative

Companies in China have generally done well over the past decade: corporate income has grown very fast, and profitability has also been on the rise. But times are changing, companies in China now face a very different business environment. The future is looking much less certain. English version. Chinese version.