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China Revises Rules for Company Dissolution
China announced a new revision to the China Company Law, titled Announcement on Promulgation of the Guidelines on Business Deregistration (Announcement 48), which took effect on De…
China Stamp Duty Law Updated
China announced a stamp duty law update which will become effective on July 1, 2022. Find out what remains unchanged and which taxpayers and the types of transactions or documents…
Update on Penalties for First Violations of Chinese Tax Rules
The Chinese State Council Standing Committee, the State Administration of Taxation (SAT) issued Announcement [2021] No. 6 (Announcement 6), which took effect on April 1, 2021 and m…
Update to China’s Security Review of Foreign Investments
At the end of December 2020, China’s National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) and the Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) promulgated the Measures for Security Review of Forei…
China to Continue Opening Up
During the Third China International Import Expo in November, President Xi Jinping gave the keynote address, unveiling plans for China’s continued opening up of its economy to th…
Doing Business in China
The legal system of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) is defined by the government as a “socialist legal system”. Despite the official definition, however, China’s legal…
China Simplifies Tax Treaty Benefits Process
Non-resident individuals or companies may obtain Double Taxation Avoidance Treaty withholding tax benefits related to China-sourced active and passive income.
Preparation is Key for Smooth Cross-Border Transactions with China
This article was first published in Nexia Global Insights, August 2019.
China Inviting Increased Inbound Foreign Direct Investment
The article is authored by Flora Luo (Director of Global Expansion & Tax Advisory) & Scott Heidecke (Senior Consultant) and was first published in Nexia International
China Transfer Pricing Regulation Review
The article is authored by Flora Luo (Director of Global Expansion & Tax Advisory) & Scott Heidecke (Senior Consultant) and was first published in the Nexia International Transfer…
The Challenges Of Setting Up Business Operations In China
Nexia TS Managing Director, Henry Tan’s Media Interview with Finance Monthly
Representative Office vs Wholly Foreign-Owned Enterprise in China
This article is authored by Flora Luo (Executive Director, Nexia TS Shanghai) and Dr. Scott Heidecke (Senior Consultant, Nexia TS Shanghai).

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