CCH Asia Tax Summit 2010 – Shanghai
SHANGHAI, Oct. 13 – CCH, the global tax media business and publisher, are hosting their important Asia Tax Summit in Shanghai next week for three days from October 19-21.
The event, being held at the Gran Meliá Hotel Shanghai, is titled “Doing Cross Border Business and Getting an Internationalized Vision.” It is the first time the annual conference has been held in China, and is attracting some of the region’s and world’s brightest and best participants.
The conference will address specific difficulties faced by Asia focused executives when dealing with cross border tax issues, and provide updates on each country and region within Asia. The bullet points of interest are:
- The overall landscape of investments and tax across Asia
- Latest updates on tax related policies in China, India, Southeast Asia and Australia
- Practical tips on tax planning, direct/indirect tax, transfer pricing
- Tax policies in investment hot spots
- Best practice in tax administration throughout Asia
The event is sponsored by Deloitte, KPMG, Labuan IBFC, Equity Trust and ACCA. Asia Briefing is a media partner.
Chris Devonshire-Ellis will present on “General Landscape – What’s Going On in Asia Right Now?” including an overview of China, India and Southeast Asia tax regimes and upcoming changes, and will chair the second day session devoted to China, which includes senior officials and executives from the Chinese State Administration of Taxation, Deloitte, KPMG and Transfer Pricing Associates amongst others.
Please click on the event brochure to download the full details. The three day event is priced at RMB8,645 for non-CCH subscribers, and RMB7,735 for CCH subscribers. Readers wishing to attend should book places online here.
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