Accessing China's tremendous e-commerce market presents a variety of challenges. One such challenge is choosing a third-party (TP), an agency that offers international companies with no physical presence in China access to Chinese e-commerce platforms.
Once China's value-added tax (VAT) reform is fully implemented on May 1, consumption tax will become one of only two major indirect taxes in China. In this article, we provide a brief introduction to China's consumption tax system and illustrate the tax calculation process with two examples.
The preferential policies that exist for disabled workers in China mainly revolve around tax breaks or exemptions. However, the ease with which companies can qualify for these benefits varies, with eligibility often hinging on either the size or the location of the company.
Is it legal for an employee to voluntarily give up their social insurance premium in China? In this article, we present a case study that illustrates the social insurance contribution process, and break down the relevant labor laws and regulations in China.
One of the challenges of trying to make sense of the ‘One Belt, One Road’ strategy (OBOR, in Chinese `yi dai yi lu’一带一路) has been to work out what the idea is trying to express in the first place, at least as it is understood within China.
In this week’s China Market Watch, we discuss the newly approved foreign NGO regulations, China’s electric car manufacturing market, as well as the country’s plan to stimulate its domestic consumption.
- China Outbound: Financial Integration in ASEAN & Emerging Opportunities in Vietnam
- Making Sense of China’s ‘One Belt, One Road’: Understanding Chinese Views
- China Market Watch: Business Jet Sector and IIT System Reform
- China Removes Parcel Tax for Cross Border e-Commerce Retail Imports
Once China’s value-added tax (VAT) reform is fully implemented on May 1, consumption tax will become one of only two major indirect taxes in China. In this article, we provide a brief introduction to China’s consumption tax system and illustrate the tax calculation process with two examples.
- Hard Knock Life: China’s Life Services Industry Undergoes VAT Reform
- Case Study: Individual Income Tax Compliance
- Accounting Records in China: Keeping up to Date with the New Regulations
- Are You Qualified? Handling Internal Bookkeeping in China
In this week’s China Regulatory Brief, we introduce China’s plan of launching its maternity insurance reform, the new household registration scheme, the nationwide suspension of the registration of enterprises engaged in financial industries, and China’s VAT invoice system.
- Considerations when Investing in China’s Free Trade Zones
- China’s Largest Foreign Law & Tax Practices by Geographic Scope
- China Regulatory Brief: Work Injury Insurance and Steel Dumping Duties
- Establishing & Operating a Business in China 2016 – New Publication from China Briefing
Accessing China’s tremendous e-commerce market presents a variety of challenges. One such challenge is choosing a third-party (TP), an agency that offers international companies with no physical presence in China access to Chinese e-commerce platforms.
- Emerging Trends for Venture Capital Activities in China’s Privatized Education
- The Changing Landscape of China’s Manufacturing Sector
- Logging In: Understanding e-Commerce in China
- Investing in China’s Biotech Industry
Software platforms are playing an increasingly important role in bridging the information gap between payroll processors and their clients. Those same platforms are now being harnessed to generate and store the various HR administration records that companies need to maintain.
- Hiring Disabled Workers in China: Incentives and Challenges
- Labor Case Study: Social Insurance Contribution in China
- How IT is Changing Payroll Processing and HR Admin in China – New Issue of China Briefing Magazine
- Saving Your Labor Costs: Social Insurance Premiums Reduced in China