KPMG

Over 70 per cent industry respondents expect Budget to hike standard deduction limit: KPMG survey

As many as 250 respondents across sectors participated in the KPMG in India's pre-budget Survey 2021-22.

published on : 27th January 2021

Venture capitalists funds pump USD 3.6 billion in India during July-September

Of the total $3.6 billion, as much as $1.3 billion came into Flipkart from Walmart, which had bought out the former for $17 billion in August 2017.

published on : 23rd October 2020

India's media, entertainment segment to reach Rs 1,86,600 crore revenue in FY 2021-22: KPMG report

The report said that the two areas that offer encouragement are the continued economic growth of India and the universal acceleration of digital adoption among users across geographies.

published on : 30th September 2020

India's pharma market to grow by 12 to 14 per cent in three years: KPMG

In March, the government announced a 1.3 billion fund to encourage domestic manufacture of pharma ingredients.

published on : 19th August 2020

Trump signs 'buy American first' pharma executive order

China has been the dominating global player in the production of personal protective equipment (PPE).

published on : 7th August 2020

Indian consumers cautious about spending amid COVID-19 crisis: KPMG

Interestingly, the survey said 'overall 51 per cent of respondents feel that the impact of COVID-19 will be short-lived and normalcy is not far.'

published on : 22nd July 2020

SEBI shortlists six entities for implementation of custom-made governance policy

Establishing a consistent IT SOP best practices and operational methods are an important component in safeguarding information systems.

published on : 6th July 2020

Venture Capital funding for Indian start-ups down: KPMG

KPMG expects edtech to remain a hot sector for VC investment, along with autotech, healthtech related to fitness as well as gaming.

published on : 28th April 2020

Weak economy, lower consumption to dent advertisement spends in media: KPMG

Much ahead of the lockdown, a lot of key states like Maharashtra had completely stopped theatres, and fears of more waves of infection are likely to dent the sector longer even after the crisis ends.

published on : 13th April 2020

India will see 3 per cent dip in GDP growth if lockdown is extended: KPMG

KPMG predicts a \'steep fall in the consumption' of non-essential goods.

published on : 7th April 2020