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Shanghai event: The impact of the new Tax Regulation on foreign invested companies in China

This page illustrates all details about the networking event "The impact of the new Tax Regulation on foreign invested companies in China" in Shanghai. If you are interested, you can apply via the web link at the bottom of this page.


Shanghai Event detail

Organization
China-Italy Chamber of Commerce in China
Date and time
2009-07-23, 1.30 PM
Location
SHANGHAI: CICC Shanghai Office, 3605, The Centre, 989 Changle Road, Shanghai - 中国意大利商会上海办公室,长乐路989号世纪商贸广场3605室
Description
China-Italy Chamber of Commerce, Shanghai and Sino Reality Certified Public Accountants are pleased to invite you to the technical seminar:

The impact of the new Tax Regulation
on foreign invested companies in China

With new tax regulations in place, many western companies face difficulties in understanding the effects on their daily business and on their financial reporting.

The seminar will examine following points:
I. New published provision and regulations of VAT
II. New published revised business tax
III. The important changes of the new enterprises income tax and related regulations
IV. Tax saving planning

The seminar will be held in Chinese, and is address to CFO, Finance Managers, Accounting and Administrative Clerks working for the CICC Member Companies.
Non-Member participation is also allowed.

A discount coupon will be offered by Kemas Fine Italian Wines to all the participants.
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Speaker:
Mr. Lin Kening, Chief and partner of Sino-reality Certified Public Accountants, Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Tax Agent (CTA).

Mr Lin has a wide experience in the tax laws, having managed and performed tax saving proposals, investment forecast, transfer pricing schemes and business restructuring for many foreign invested enterprises in China.
Official link
http://www.cameraitacina.com/index.php?nav0=125&viewevent=599


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