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ESPN.co.uk
Why don't Madrid buy the world's best?we would have almost €100m in profits. And having won that will bring more inco
ESPN.co.uk / Posted 3 days ago
we would have almost €100m in profits. And having won that will bring more income in the future." New research from KPMG's Football Benchmark says Madrid's successful 2017 -- when they won five trophies including the Champions League and La... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Liberia Electricity Corporation Turns Over Management to Foreign Companyto Liberians, thereby creating a vacuum, forcing the need for another Managemen
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 days ago
to Liberians, thereby creating a vacuum, forcing the need for another Management Service Contract. An audit conducted by KPMG International of US$46 million disbursed by the Government of Norway to the HMI for the management of LEC raised some... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Australian roads ‘not ready’ for auto carsAustralia to a lowly 14th out of 20 countries for autonomous vehicle readiness.
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 3 days ago
Australia to a lowly 14th out of 20 countries for autonomous vehicle readiness. The report by global consulting group KPMG says the key issues for Australia are “improvements to roads and electric charging infrastructure”. The lack of a local... Read more
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News.com.au
Australian roads ‘not ready’ for auto carsAustralia to a lowly 14th out of 20 countries for autonomous vehicle readiness.
News.com.au / Posted 3 days ago
Australia to a lowly 14th out of 20 countries for autonomous vehicle readiness. The report by global consulting group KPMG says the key issues for Australia are “improvements to roads and electric charging infrastructure”. The lack of a local... Read more
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DutchNews.nl
A hard Brexit will increase Dutch firms' import/export bills up to €620mBrexit would cost Dutch firms between €387m and €627m in import and export cost
DutchNews.nl / Posted 3 days ago
Brexit would cost Dutch firms between €387m and €627m in import and export costs and red tape, the research by accountants KPMG found. This does not include customs rights, value-added tax issues and sector specific entry demands In particular,... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
Australia is behind most countries when it comes to being ready for driverless carsImages Australia has a lot to do before it can embrace the driverless car revo
Business Insider Australia / Posted 3 days ago
Images Australia has a lot to do before it can embrace the driverless car revolution, according to analysis by KPMG. The 2018 KPMG Autonomous Vehicles Readiness Index is the first study of its kind, examining how 20 countries rate in... Read more
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The North West Star
Brisbane to Sunshine Coast in 45 minutes under new rail proposalbloc dubbed Team Queensland, to be delivered by a consortium including developm
The North West Star / Posted 3 days ago
bloc dubbed Team Queensland, to be delivered by a consortium including development giants Stockland, Smec, Urbis and KPMG, according to Sunshine Coast MP Ted O'Brien. The Member for Fairfax said the project was one of 11 shortlisted for a... Read more
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The Age
Brisbane to Sunshine Coast in 45 minutes under new rail proposalbloc dubbed Team Queensland, to be delivered by a consortium including developm
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
bloc dubbed Team Queensland, to be delivered by a consortium including development giants Stockland, Smec, Urbis and KPMG, according to Sunshine Coast MP Ted O’Brien. The Member for Fairfax said the project was one of 11 shortlisted for a... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Brisbane to Sunshine Coast in 45 minutes under new rail proposalbloc dubbed Team Queensland, to be delivered by a consortium including developm
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
bloc dubbed Team Queensland, to be delivered by a consortium including development giants Stockland, Smec, Urbis and KPMG, according to Sunshine Coast MP Ted O’Brien. The Member for Fairfax said the project was one of 11 shortlisted for a... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Carillion’s collapse raises questions over weak corporate governanceproblems? The jury is still out on who is ultimately to blame but questions wi
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
problems? The jury is still out on who is ultimately to blame but questions will be asked of the company’s auditors KPMG, its board and chairman as well as the UK Government. KPMG, which signed off its 2016 accounts, has looked into 58... Read more
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Harrow Times
Carillion’s collapse raises questions over weak corporate governanceproblems? The jury is still out on who is ultimately to blame but questions wi
Harrow Times / Posted 4 days ago
problems? The jury is still out on who is ultimately to blame but questions will be asked of the company’s auditors KPMG, its board and chairman as well as the UK Government. KPMG, which signed off its 2016 accounts, has looked into 58... Read more
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This is West Country
Carillion’s collapse raises questions over weak corporate governanceproblems? The jury is still out on who is ultimately to blame but questions wi
This is West Country / Posted 4 days ago
problems? The jury is still out on who is ultimately to blame but questions will be asked of the company’s auditors KPMG, its board and chairman as well as the UK Government. KPMG, which signed off its 2016 accounts, has looked into 58... Read more
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Gazette News
Carillion’s collapse raises questions over weak corporate governanceproblems? The jury is still out on who is ultimately to blame but questions wi
Gazette News / Posted 4 days ago
problems? The jury is still out on who is ultimately to blame but questions will be asked of the company’s auditors KPMG, its board and chairman as well as the UK Government. KPMG, which signed off its 2016 accounts, has looked into 58... Read more
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Bolton News
Carillion’s collapse raises questions over weak corporate governanceproblems? The jury is still out on who is ultimately to blame but questions wi
Bolton News / Posted 4 days ago
problems? The jury is still out on who is ultimately to blame but questions will be asked of the company’s auditors KPMG, its board and chairman as well as the UK Government. KPMG, which signed off its 2016 accounts, has looked into 58... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Carillion’s collapse raises questions over weak corporate governanceproblems? The jury is still out on who is ultimately to blame but questions wi
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 4 days ago
problems? The jury is still out on who is ultimately to blame but questions will be asked of the company’s auditors KPMG, its board and chairman as well as the UK Government. KPMG, which signed off its 2016 accounts, has looked into 58... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Carillion’s collapse raises questions over weak corporate governanceproblems? The jury is still out on who is ultimately to blame but questions wi
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 4 days ago
problems? The jury is still out on who is ultimately to blame but questions will be asked of the company’s auditors KPMG, its board and chairman as well as the UK Government. KPMG, which signed off its 2016 accounts, has looked into 58... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Carillion’s collapse raises questions over weak corporate governanceproblems? The jury is still out on who is ultimately to blame but questions wi
EveningTimes Online / Posted 4 days ago
problems? The jury is still out on who is ultimately to blame but questions will be asked of the company’s auditors KPMG, its board and chairman as well as the UK Government. KPMG, which signed off its 2016 accounts, has looked into 58... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Carillion’s collapse raises questions over weak corporate governanceproblems? The jury is still out on who is ultimately to blame but questions wi
Croydon Guardian / Posted 4 days ago
problems? The jury is still out on who is ultimately to blame but questions will be asked of the company’s auditors KPMG, its board and chairman as well as the UK Government. KPMG, which signed off its 2016 accounts, has looked into 58... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Carillion’s collapse raises questions over weak corporate governanceproblems? The jury is still out on who is ultimately to blame but questions wi
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 4 days ago
problems? The jury is still out on who is ultimately to blame but questions will be asked of the company’s auditors KPMG, its board and chairman as well as the UK Government. KPMG, which signed off its 2016 accounts, has looked into 58... Read more
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The Hindu
GST Council may review sliding revenue, complianceGST Council, and then they will be part of the Budget announcement,” said Sachi
The Hindu / Posted 4 days ago
GST Council, and then they will be part of the Budget announcement,” said Sachin Menon, National Head of Indirect Tax at KPMG India. “Otherwise the Budget will only deal with some Customs aspects and maybe the excise on fuel.” A key change... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Carillion’s collapse raises questions over weak corporate governanceproblems? The jury is still out on who is ultimately to blame but questions wi
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
problems? The jury is still out on who is ultimately to blame but questions will be asked of the company’s auditors KPMG, its board and chairman as well as the UK Government. KPMG, which signed off its 2016 accounts, has looked into 58... Read more
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International Business Times
'There is a disaster looming': Carillion collapse could replicate 2008 banking crash the Insolvency Service to fast-track an investigation into the conduct of Caril
International Business Times / Posted 4 days ago
the Insolvency Service to fast-track an investigation into the conduct of Carillion directors and to launch a full-scale investigation of the work done by the company's auditors, KPMG, which gave the firm a clean bill of health in March las... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
AUSTRALIAN STOCKS SLIDE AGAIN: Here's what you need to knowstartup funding in venture capital was up 1.4% in 2017 to $US555.63 million ($A
Business Insider Australia / Posted 4 days ago
startup funding in venture capital was up 1.4% in 2017 to $US555.63 million ($A698.29 million), according to analysis by KPMG. 5. Consumer sentiment is at its highest level in 4 years. The latest Westpac-Melbourne Institute consumer sentiment... Read more
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News.com.au
Fearne’s tough love has reaped rewardsinto receivership, they got their wish. Black, who won a championship with the
News.com.au / Posted 4 days ago
into receivership, they got their wish. Black, who won a championship with the Perth Wildcats in 2002-03, was summoned to KPMG Accountants’ Lake St office and handed a white sheet of paper, informing him his services were no longer required. At... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
The number of startup venture capital deals is shrinking in Australiastartup funding in venture capital was up 1.4% in 2017 to $US555.63 million ($A
Business Insider Australia / Posted 4 days ago
startup funding in venture capital was up 1.4% in 2017 to $US555.63 million ($A698.29 million), according to analysis by KPMG. The professional services firm’s quarterly global report on venture capital investment, Venture Pulse, shows 17 deals... Read more
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BBC News
Carillion survival 'undermined' by banksreceived almost £1.1m in salary and bonuses in 2016. As well as the conduct of
BBC News / Posted 4 days ago
received almost £1.1m in salary and bonuses in 2016. As well as the conduct of directors, the role of Carillion's auditor KPMG will be examined by the Financial Reporting Council. "It is important we quickly get the full picture of the events... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Clerys directors were ‘actively misled’ on store closureLtd to discover documents concerning seven meetings held by one of the liquidat
Irish Examiner / Posted 5 days ago
Ltd to discover documents concerning seven meetings held by one of the liquidators, Eamonn Richardson of accountancy firm KPMG, with the new owner or their representatives in a period of six weeks before the Clerys sale and winding up. Clerys was... Read more
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BBC News
Carillion directors to be investigatedin a statement. "Any evidence of misconduct will be taken very seriously," he
BBC News / Posted 5 days ago
in a statement. "Any evidence of misconduct will be taken very seriously," he said. The role of Carillion's auditor KPMG will be examined by the Financial Reporting Council. Keith Cochrane was appointed as interim chief... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Inflation eases for the first time since June as it falls to 3% in Decemberannouncement, falling 0.2% to 1.37. Against the euro, the pound was broadly fla
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 5 days ago
announcement, falling 0.2% to 1.37. Against the euro, the pound was broadly flat at 1.12. Yael Selfin, chief economist at KPMG UK, said the inflation fall will provide a “small relief” to households, but oil prices could keep everyday costs... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Inflation eases for the first time since June as it falls to 3% in Decemberannouncement, falling 0.2% to 1.37. Against the euro, the pound was broadly fla
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 5 days ago
announcement, falling 0.2% to 1.37. Against the euro, the pound was broadly flat at 1.12. Yael Selfin, chief economist at KPMG UK, said the inflation fall will provide a “small relief” to households, but oil prices could keep everyday costs... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Inflation eases for the first time since June as it falls to 3 in Decemberannouncement, falling 0.2% to 1.37. Against the euro, the pound was broadly fla
EveningTimes Online / Posted 5 days ago
announcement, falling 0.2% to 1.37. Against the euro, the pound was broadly flat at 1.12. Yael Selfin, chief economist at KPMG UK, said the inflation fall will provide a “small relief” to households, but oil prices could keep everyday costs... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Inflation eases for the first time since June as it falls to 3 in Decemberannouncement, falling 0.2% to 1.37. Against the euro, the pound was broadly fla
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 5 days ago
announcement, falling 0.2% to 1.37. Against the euro, the pound was broadly flat at 1.12. Yael Selfin, chief economist at KPMG UK, said the inflation fall will provide a “small relief” to households, but oil prices could keep everyday costs... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Inflation eases for the first time since June as it falls to 3 in Decemberannouncement, falling 0.2% to 1.37. Against the euro, the pound was broadly fla
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 5 days ago
announcement, falling 0.2% to 1.37. Against the euro, the pound was broadly flat at 1.12. Yael Selfin, chief economist at KPMG UK, said the inflation fall will provide a “small relief” to households, but oil prices could keep everyday costs... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Inflation eases for the first time since June as it falls to 3 in Decemberannouncement, falling 0.2% to 1.37. Against the euro, the pound was broadly fla
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
announcement, falling 0.2% to 1.37. Against the euro, the pound was broadly flat at 1.12. Yael Selfin, chief economist at KPMG UK, said the inflation fall will provide a “small relief” to households, but oil prices could keep everyday costs... Read more
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North Wales Pioneer
Inflation eases for the first time since June as it falls to 3 in Decemberannouncement, falling 0.2% to 1.37. Against the euro, the pound was broadly fla
North Wales Pioneer / Posted 5 days ago
announcement, falling 0.2% to 1.37. Against the euro, the pound was broadly flat at 1.12. Yael Selfin, chief economist at KPMG UK, said the inflation fall will provide a “small relief” to households, but oil prices could keep everyday costs... Read more
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The North Wales Chronicle
Inflation eases for the first time since June as it falls to 3 in Decemberannouncement, falling 0.2% to 1.37. Against the euro, the pound was broadly fla
The North Wales Chronicle / Posted 5 days ago
announcement, falling 0.2% to 1.37. Against the euro, the pound was broadly flat at 1.12. Yael Selfin, chief economist at KPMG UK, said the inflation fall will provide a “small relief” to households, but oil prices could keep everyday costs... Read more
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The News and Star
Inflation eases for the first time since June as it falls to 3% in Decemberannouncement, falling 0.2% to 1.37. Against the euro, the pound was broadly fla
The News and Star / Posted 5 days ago
announcement, falling 0.2% to 1.37. Against the euro, the pound was broadly flat at 1.12. Yael Selfin, chief economist at KPMG UK, said the inflation fall will provide a “small relief” to households, but oil prices could keep everyday costs... Read more
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Gazette
Could Bristol's new arena be built in South Gloucestershire?Hangar at Filton. The council has accordingly expanded the scope of the Value
Gazette / Posted 5 days ago
Hangar at Filton. The council has accordingly expanded the scope of the Value for Money review being carried out by KPMG to compare the two proposals, including associated infrastructure costs. Mayor Marvin Rees said: “Not enough work was... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Rwanda Overhauls Income Tax Law to Boost Domestic RevenueTanzania. "Corporate tax is charged at 30 per cent by all countries in the Eas
AllAfrica.com / Posted 5 days ago
Tanzania. "Corporate tax is charged at 30 per cent by all countries in the East African Community," said a tax manager at KPMG Rwanda Angello Musinguzi. Mr Musinguzi said the difference comes from capital allowances, with Rwanda's maximum set at... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Will cash influx spur tie-ups?on those earnings, said Manal Corwin, principal in charge of international tax
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 5 days ago
on those earnings, said Manal Corwin, principal in charge of international tax policy at the accounting and consulting firm KPMG. The new law effectively "removes the tax cost associated with the decision to repatriate," Corwin said. "It's now a... Read more
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Gulf News
New revenue model a win-win situation for franchises, IPL boss saysOur past experience has certainly helped along the way. What has certainly help
Gulf News / Posted 6 days ago
Our past experience has certainly helped along the way. What has certainly helped is the passion for cricket in India — a KPMG report says that the sport enjoys a 92 per cent viewership, while eight per cent watch other sport in the pie. Every... Read more
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Pilipino Star
What’s in your first 2018 paycheckget on the TRAIN and go full steam ahead with its implementation. Geraldine P.
Pilipino Star / Posted 6 days ago
get on the TRAIN and go full steam ahead with its implementation. Geraldine P. Gorre is a supervisor from the tax group of KPMG R.G. Manabat & Co. (KPMG RGM&Co.), the Philippine member firm of KPMG International. KPMG RGM&Co. has been recognized as... Read more
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Gulf News
Allowing part-timers in UAE’s F&B can take heat off coststheir offerings.”But for owners of F&B businesses, the recent past and immediat
Gulf News / Posted 6 days ago
their offerings.”But for owners of F&B businesses, the recent past and immediate future doesn’t look too bright.A KPMG survey of UAE’s F&B industry recorded that two-thirds of these businesses recorded sales declines during 2017. And that... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Carillion collapse: 10 things you should knowrunning safely.” Why were Carillion’s problems not caught earlier? Questions
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 6 days ago
running safely.” Why were Carillion’s problems not caught earlier? Questions will also be asked of Carillion’s auditor, KPMG, which signed off its 2016 accounts. Last year Carillion asked KPMG to look into 58 contracts following concerns over... Read more
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birminghammail
What is Carillion and what does it do? Construction company collapsesrunning safely."Why were Carillion's problems not caught earlier? Questions wi
birminghammail / Posted 6 days ago
running safely."Why were Carillion's problems not caught earlier? Questions will also be asked of Carillion's auditor, KPMG, which signed off its 2016 accounts. Last year Carillion asked KPMG to look into 58 contracts following concerns over... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Carillion: Why did it collapse and what happens next?running safely.” Why were Carillion’s problems not caught earlier? Questions
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 6 days ago
running safely.” Why were Carillion’s problems not caught earlier? Questions will also be asked of Carillion’s auditor, KPMG, which signed off its 2016 accounts. Last year Carillion asked KPMG to look into 58 contracts following concerns over... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Carillion: Why did it collapse and what happens next?running safely.” Why were Carillion’s problems not caught earlier? Questions
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 6 days ago
running safely.” Why were Carillion’s problems not caught earlier? Questions will also be asked of Carillion’s auditor, KPMG, which signed off its 2016 accounts. Last year Carillion asked KPMG to look into 58 contracts following concerns over... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Carillion: Why did it collapse and what happens next?running safely.” Why were Carillion’s problems not caught earlier? Questions
EveningTimes Online / Posted 6 days ago
running safely.” Why were Carillion’s problems not caught earlier? Questions will also be asked of Carillion’s auditor, KPMG, which signed off its 2016 accounts. Last year Carillion asked KPMG to look into 58 contracts following concerns over... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Carillion: Why did it collapse and what happens next?running safely.” Why were Carillion’s problems not caught earlier? Questions
Croydon Guardian / Posted 6 days ago
running safely.” Why were Carillion’s problems not caught earlier? Questions will also be asked of Carillion’s auditor, KPMG, which signed off its 2016 accounts. Last year Carillion asked KPMG to look into 58 contracts following concerns over... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Carillion: Why did it collapse and what happens next?running safely.” Why were Carillion’s problems not caught earlier? Questions
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 6 days ago
running safely.” Why were Carillion’s problems not caught earlier? Questions will also be asked of Carillion’s auditor, KPMG, which signed off its 2016 accounts. Last year Carillion asked KPMG to look into 58 contracts following concerns over... Read more
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