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  • Service: Tax, China Tax Services
  • Type: Event
  • Date: 12/5/2012

Annual China Tax Update Conference 2012 (Shenzhen) - in Putonghua 

Date: Wednesday, 5 December 2012
 

 

Time: 8:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. (Registration)
9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. (Morning session)
2:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. (Afternoon session)

 

Venue: Grand Ballroom 3, level 2
Futian Shangri-La Hotel
No4088 Yi Tian Road, Futian District, Shenzhen, Guangdong 518048
 
Language: Putonghua

 

Fee: RMB 800

Event details:

 

Learn more about the latest Tax developments and other important regulatory changes through real-world case studies.
Explore the major risk points in corporate tax management and discuss corresponding high-level tax planning issues in an interactive forum.
Coming soon: 12 sessions in 10 cities around China. Register now to secure your place!

 

2012 was a year of change, and this year’s KPMG China Annual Tax Update Conference has changed too. Taking a fresh approach using a number of real-world case studies that draw together this year’s burning business issues, we will put the spotlight on emerging tax topics affecting your business and your competitors in China.

 

Our real-world case studies will explore a number of hot issues, including:

VAT reform: The pilot reforms started on 1 January this year in Shanghai and will gradually be rolled out to the whole nation. The integration of value-added tax and business tax is an inevitable result of the self-improvement of the tax regime, but with change come problems. What are the possible unexpected implications for production and operations departments?
Non-residents’ taxation: : This continued to be a very hot topic in 2012. Although “Announcement 30” by the State Administration of Taxation (SAT) gave guidance on how to qualify as a “beneficial owner” in a income tax treaty, practical problems still need to be resolved. Tax payers are also eagerly awaiting the release of a supplementary document on indirect transfer by nonresidents that the SAT is expected to prepare for “Circular 698”.
Tax refunds for exports: “Notice 39” and “Announcement 24” issued by the Ministry of Finance and the SAT have streamlined, regulated and systematised the current tax refund and exemption policies issued since 1994. How can export enterprises respond to these policy changes? How can companies leverage the new regulations effectively and reasonably?
Equity contributions: After collecting a wide variety of opinions from different stakeholders, the authorities have issued formal regulations on capital contribution with equity involving foreign-invested enterprises. What are the implications for companies considering or undergoing restructuring?

   

 

All sessions:

 

Date & Time

Venue

Language

Details

21 November

Shanghai

Putonghua

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21 November

Shanghai

English

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28 November

Guangzhou

Putonghua

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30 November

Hangzhou

Putonghua

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4 December

Beijing

Putonghua

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4 December

Hong Kong

Cantonese

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5 December

Shenzhen

Putonghua

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6 December

Hong Kong

English

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6 December

Qingdao

Putonghua

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6 December

Dongguan

Putonghua

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7 December

Chengdu

Putonghua

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11 December

Tianjin

Putonghua

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13 December

Shenyang

Putonghua

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