These are the latest KPMG publications for Indirect Tax.
China Tax Alert - Issue 1, January 2016
チャイナタックスアラート（中国税務速報）- 第30回, 2015年11月
China Tax Alert - Issue 30, November 2015
China Tax Alert - Issue 30, December 2014
China Tax Alert - Issue 25, September 2014
China Tax Alert - Issue 10, May 2014
China Tax Alert - Issue 22, September 2013
China Tax Alert - Issue 13, June 2013
China Tax Alert - Issue 6, March 2013
China Tax Alert - Issue 5, March 2013
China Tax Alert - Issue 3, February 2013
China alert - Issue 28, December 2012
In this first issue, we pull together intelligence and insights across various areas and feature emerging themes of corporate governance and challenges of Hong Kong’s media sector, as well as commentary on a number of other hot topics in the local market.
China alert - Issue 19, August 2012
China alert - Issue 17, August 2012
China alert - Issue 16, July 2012
China alert - Issue 10, May 2012
China alert - Issue 7, May 2012
China alert - Issue 6, April 2012
China alert - Issue 1, January 2012
China alert - Issue 40, November 2011
China alert - Issue 39, October 2011
China alert - Issue 38, October 2011
China alert - Issue 34, September 2011
In this edition of China - Looking Ahead, our tax specialists examine recent developments in Chinese tax law and administration and explore what the coming year may bring for multinational enterprises.
In this article, KPMG Global Indirect Tax Services predicts two global megatrends which affect indirect taxes, and how each will impact on global developments in the use of data and analytics - more specifically, the Big Data phenomenon.
This report provides you with a more rounded and comprehensive picture of the strategies being used by governments to raise revenue from businesses and individuals.
The 2015 edition of the China Country Value Added Tax and Business Tax Essentials Guide provides an overview of the indirect tax systems in Mainland China.
During 2012 and 2013, the Chinese Government is embarking upon one of the most ambitious tax reform programs in recent history. This is the first step in an overall plan to replace BT with VAT across the whole services sector in mainland China.
The purpose of this brochure is to set out the different types of services that KPMG China can provide to its clients in relation to the Value Added Tax (VAT) reforms.
KPMG’s 2015 Asia Pacific Indirect Tax Country Guide is a summary of the indirect tax regimes of 21 countries in the Asia Pacific region.
In this edition of China - Looking Ahead, our tax specialists examine recent developments in Chinese tax law and administration and explore what the coming year may bring for foreign investors.
In this issue of China’s banking sector: Hot topics and performance of listed banks (2014 Q1), we focus on current hot topics.
This VAT publication examines the issues that the financial services sector will need to consider in the transition to VAT, based on feedback provided by the MoF and KPMG’s experiences in implementing VAT (or GST).
KPMG examines the expected impact of the VAT pilot program on the telecommunications sector, from both the perspective of the providers of telecommunications services and the recipients of those services.
The 2013 Benchmark Survey on VAT/GST reveals valuable insights into emerging best practices, benchmarks and global and regional trends.
This publication is intended to provide an overview of the many issues that the industry will need to address in preparation for entry into the VAT system.
KPMG China has put together this briefing paper, which covers direct and indirect tax issues in China, as well as challenges and opportunities that can arise out of Cloud computing.
KPMG's VAT opportunity check is a four step service offering which is designed to ensure that your VAT returns comply with the requirements of the VAT pilot program, and to identify opportunities for VAT savings.
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