Perhaps the most significant development in China’s corporate income tax (CIT) arena in recent years is the country’s adoption of general anti-avoidance rules (GAAR), advise Abe Zhao, Grace Xie and Jean Ngan Li. Their introduction indicates that China is taking firm action to rein in abusive tax planning behaviour that results in tax losses, and is bridging the gap with well-established international practices.
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Pillar two might be top of mind for many multinational companies, but the huge variations between countries’ readiness means getting ahead of the game now, argues Russell Gammon, chief solutions officer at Tax Systems.