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“Forget Buenos Aires,” said Alicia Garcia-Herrero, Natixis’ chief economist for the Asia Pacific region. She said Japan will gain in the short term due to tariffs but the broader picture, however, is quite complicated.
As Asia’s economies grow, a business intelligence firm warns that a growing disconnect between distant headquarters and local offices could lead to an increase in fraud as internal audit teams fail to meet the mark.