China Newsletter | September 2014
WFOE SET-UP IN THE SHANGHAI FREE TRADE ZONE
Shanghai has undergone an amazing number of reforms over the past year, since the launch of its Free Trade Zone. And a lot is still on the way, making setting up in Shanghai to look better than anywhere else. But does this make sense for you? Discover an overview of a year of reform in the Zone.
JOINT VENTURES IN CHINA: HOW TO MAKE YOUR PARTNERSHIP SUCCESSFUL
As the Chinese West starts to develop and the East growth speeds down, foreign companies will soon want to go there. However, these markets could prove much harder to enter, with strong specific tastes and JVs are therefore back in the spotlight. How to make your partnership a success? Look at our publication’s recommendations.
AN OVERVIEW OF VAT REFORM
Value Added Tax reform has entered its final phase, after more than 2 years of continuous reforms. It is time to have a look back at what has been done to better understand what’s next. This is our publication’s aim.
CHINA LOOSENS CONTROL ON OUTBOUND SECURITIES
Moving from tight control to supervision, the State Administration of Foreign Exchange has facilitated and clarified the use of outbound securities. This could mean a lot: check out what’s new.
TRANSFER PRICING: SAT’S CALL TO ORDER
The State Administration of Tax issued a new circular on its transfer pricing policies, looking at encouraging tax payments on the Chinese territory. Have a look at what it means here.