To the other countries, Sweden’s image is of a prosperous country with a national culture that is firmly anchored in social development and support for human rights. It is often also viewed as an example to follow in terms of environmental policies. Not having participated in a single armed conflict in two centuries, Sweden has consistently based its relationships with other countries on international cooperation and multilateralism.
After Turkey, South Africa and Russia, Mazars is now devoting Nomad’s latest issue to Indonesia. In the heart of international events as the new chair of ASEAN and as a member of the G20, Indonesia comforts its position as a major regional and international player, namely with regards to environmental issues.
Following an uncertain decade, Russia has regained its status as a major player on the international stage since the start of the new century. With a rich and often complex history behind it, the world’s largest country is, once again, a first-rate global power.
In this issue of Nomad we invite you to explore what South Africa has to offer. We take a look at the South African economy and financial arena, Mazars'presence and growth prospects in the country, as well as its culture, literature and sport.
After exploring India, Egypt, China, Russia, Thailand and Brazil, Nomad is now devoting its latest issue to Turkey. Mazars has been in Istanbul for more than ten years and has since added locations in Ankara, Izmir and Bursa, resulting in a strong presence on the Turkish audit and advisory landscape.
For over ten years now, Latin America has been a major growth platform for Mazars. The Group is present in Argentina, Chile, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela, as well as, further north, in Mexico. In Brazil, the sub-continent’s major economic power, Mazars appears today as an emerging player of the highest caliber, able to serve all companies with equal levels of expertise and quality