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Chinese tax regulation update - February 2014
  • CMS, China
  • China
  • March 19 2014

Back in 2009, the SAT issued the tax circular Guoshuifa 2009 No. 82 regarding criteria and procedures for foreign companies (with their controlling


China tax regulation update
  • CMS, China
  • China
  • December 20 2012

Update on the latest developments in Chinese Tax Law


China tax regulation update
  • CMS, China
  • China
  • July 31 2012

Update on the latest developments in Chinese tax law


China tax regulation update
  • CMS, China
  • China
  • October 30 2012

Update on the latest developments in Chinese Tax Law


China tax regulation update
  • CMS, China
  • China
  • May 23 2013

Update on the latest developments in Chinese Tax Law. Click here to see table


China moving forward to expand VAT scope with Shanghai as pilot region
  • CMS, China
  • China
  • January 11 2012

In China, there are two major kinds of turnover taxes, i.e. VAT and business tax ("BT"


China tax regulation update
  • CMS, China
  • China
  • January 31 2012

Starting from 1 January 2012, certain services provided by taxpayers in Shanghai or provided by foreign enterprises to tax payers in Shanghai are subject to Value Added Tax and not the previous Business Tax


China announces extension of the BTVAT reform to all over the country
  • CMS, China
  • China
  • July 12 2013

Starting from 1 January 2012, China has launched a pilot business tax (“BT”) value added tax (“VAT”) reform with Shanghai as the first pilot area


China tax regulation update
  • CMS, China
  • China
  • April 16 2013

Update on the latest developments in Chinese Tax Law. Click here to see table


Chinese tax regulation update - January 2014
  • CMS, China
  • China
  • January 22 2014

Under PRC tax law, corporate income tax on capital gains derived from share transfers may be exempted at the stage of the share transfer and postponed