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April 2018

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  • Sponsored by KPMG China
    On February 28 2018, Hong Kong Financial Secretary Paul M P Chan delivered his speech to the Legislative Council which confirmed a record surplus of HK$138 billion ($17.6 billion). Forty percent of the surplus would be spent on relief measures while the remaining would be spent on improving public services and the future.
  • Sponsored by Webber Wentzel
    The Minister of Finance presented the 2018 budget speech on February 21. The supporting documentation noted some potential amendments to the South African Income Tax Act which are of interest in a cross-border context.
  • Sponsored by KPMG China
    China's 13th National People's Congress (NPC) – China's new Parliament – and the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) – equivalent to a Senate – held meetings in the period March 3-20 2018. A number of regulatory and tax reforms have been announced in the course of the week, in particular in Premier Li Keqiang's government work report address to the NPC.