Event: China’s new corporate income tax law
On Thursday, June 21 China Briefing will present a free seminar on the new corporate income tax law in Shanghai. The details are as follows:
China’s Unified Corporate Income Tax Legislation: The Implications of the New Tax Law
Date: June 21, 7pm-9pm
Venue: The Executive Centre, 989 Changle Lu, 20th Floor
- Amanda Gan, Associate, Corporate Accounting Services, Dezan Shira & Associates
- Ronin Lin, Manger, Corporate Accounting Services, Dezan Shira & Associates
China has recently approved a new unified income tax rate of 25% to take effect from January 1, 2008, however, certain aspects of this new rate have yet to be clarified.
- What happens to companies who applied for their business licenses prior to this date?
- What will happen to the preferential tax rates in Free Trade Zones and Special Economic Zones?
- How are tax holidays affected?
This presentation by our leading team of Chinese qualified lawyers and accountants will outline the SAT’s position, clarify some of the outstanding tax questions and provide a better understanding of what rates are applicable to what businesses, where, and when.
Spaces are limited for this important presentation, so please book early.
RSVP: Please click here to register your attendance by June 19.
For general enquiries, please contact Celina Chi.
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