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Webinar: Rollout of BEPS 2.0 pillar two – considerations for companies operating in China

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Join ITR and KPMG China at 10am BST (5pm China Standard Time) on May 4, as tax experts consider the crucial impact China’s potential adoption of GloBE rules could have for businesses.

Register here for ITR and KPMG China’s webinar: Rollout of BEPS 2.0 pillar two – considerations for companies operating in China.

The rollout of the Pillar 2 GloBE minimum tax rules in 2023 is seeing steady progress, globally and in the Asia-Pacific region. While China has not, to-date, set out any formal plan on GloBE rule adoption, the general view is that this will happen in due course. 

Even prior to any application of the GloBE rules by China, businesses operating in China, both foreign and Chinese-owned, will see impacts from the GloBE rules. 

This webinar will cover several themes including: 

  • Impacts on typical corporate structures used in connection with Chinese operations;

  • Impacts on Chinese tax incentives;

  • Preparing for GloBE: accounting and data management; and

  • Adapting to post-GloBE reality: M&A considerations and restructuring.

The webinar will conclude with a Q&A session.

Sign up now to hear from the experts how companies operating in China can best prepare for the GloBE rollout.

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