This document looks at how the the Common Reporting Standard (CRS) differs from FATCA and whether companies are ready for the CRS.
This brochure outlines the services we offer our clients in China and demonstrates the reach and credentials of KPMG across China and globally.
In this special publication, VAT and the digital economy in China, we examine the short-and long-term changes that we anticipate may occur in China’s indirect tax system as a result of the digital economy.
In this special report, KPMG China considers the issues which the healthcare sector in China is likely to face when transitioning from BT to VAT, and in the longer term.
Key findings from our survey of 303 senior business executives on their concerns for business in Hong Kong and expectations from the 2016/17 Hong Kong Budget. The report also includes our proposals to the government.
KPMG China corporate video
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.
Updates on China (Shanghai) Pilot Free Trade Zone (November 2015) webcast
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.
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.
This publication considers how changes in tax practice, set to emerge from the G20/OECD Base Erosion and Profit Shifting tax reform initiative, are likely to stress-test existing Intellectual Property management structures, and prompt reorganizations.
This document summarises the latest regulatory requirements and recommendations for monitoring anti-money laundering risk.
Hong Kong Budget Summary 2015-16 - KPMG China's press releases, survey report and commentary report.