EY International Tax Webcast
An update on China’s fiscal and tax policy landscape
Part 1 of 2: Chinese corporate income tax policy in the post-BEPS world and its effects on multinational companies
This webcast is currently being prepared for on-demand viewing and will be available on this site soon.
China’s importance to the global economy as the world’s second largest market has prompted many multinational companies (MNCs) to integrate China into their global supply chains and global profits.
To be successful in the Chinese market, however, MNCs need to understand China’s economic and tax policies and how those policies could affect their Chinese and worldwide operations. MNCs also need to develop a sound tax strategy for China that aligns with their global tax and treasury strategies.
Join our senior tax professionals as they share the latest developments in China’s corporate income tax policies and administration and their possible effects on the Chinese operations of US MNCs, as well as their global structure and operations. Topics to be discussed include:
- The economic landscape and tax policy trends in China
- Preparing for and managing tax controversy in China
- Post-BEPS transfer pricing developments in China
- China’s position on the Multilateral Instrument and its implications
The complete series and topics to be covered are set out below:
- An update on China’s fiscal and tax policy landscape, Part 1: Chinese corporate income tax policy in the post-BEPS world and its effects on multinational companies – 22 August 2017, 11:00 a.m. EDT
- An update on China’s fiscal and tax policy landscape, Part 2: Latest developments in indirect tax, how they relate to one another and their interplay with US trade policy – 10 October 2017, 1:00 p.m. EDT
- Andrew Choy, Ernst & Young (China) Advisory Ltd., International Tax Services Tax Partner
- Lawrence F. Cheung, Ernst & Young (China) Advisory Ltd., Tax Controversy Partner
- Leonard Zhang, Ernst & Young (China) Advisory Ltd., Transfer Pricing Partner
- Min Fei, Ernst & Young LLP (US), China Tax Desk Partner
- Chris J. Finnerty, Ernst & Young LLP (US), Tax Partner, Asia Pacific Business Group Leader