Many European companies often concern about whether they have to pay domestic taxes in China when providing services to their Chinese customers. If your company is incorporated under foreign law, with actual management located abroad, has an establishment or permanent establishment in China, or generates incomes with Chinese sources, watch this webinar to understand what types of taxes may apply to your businesses, the current PRC tax obligations, compliance and implications regarding the payment methods to non-resident enterprises, and current practice as to foreign exchange administration in China.
1. PRC tax implications regarding the payment to non-resident enterprises
2. Current practice regarding foreign exchange administration in China
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About the Speaker
Joey ZHOU, Tax Partner – Mazars Beijing
Joey has over 14 year experience in the PRC tax and business consulting services to both corporations and individuals.
She has extensive experience in providing advisory services for international companies in cross-border transactions, corporate restructuring, VAT, Enterprise Income Tax, Individual Income Tax, and Transfer Pricing issues in China. Joey served a number of sizable multinational corporations with investments and operations in China as well as owner-manager business, such as Chinanewera, Suez Environnement, Safran, Veolia, France Telecom (Orange), Ipsos, Gemalto, Treves, Faiveley, Schneider, KME, Eimskip, Haier, Agoda, etc.