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China - Looking Ahead (8th Edition) (December 2018)

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  • Sponsored by KPMG China
    John Gu, Chris Mak and Fiona He explore the key tax issues and considerations of China inbound M&A deals, especially in the education and real estate sectors, including practical challenges for cross-border transactions in these hot sectors, and how an investor can best get prepared.
  • Sponsored by KPMG China
    Following years of rapid change to China’s cross-border corporate income tax (CIT) rules and advances in enforcement effectiveness, a more measured approach has recently emerged, reflecting business environment changes and China’s evolved position within the global economy. Chris Xing, Conrad Turley, Grace Xie, and William Zhang, trace the latest trends.
  • Sponsored by KPMG China
    Chinese governmental authorities remain supportive of rational, well-ordered and healthy outbound investment. Michael Wong, Joseph Tam, Karen Lin, Cloris Li and Alan O’Connor look at key domestic tax and regulatory measures implemented to enhance the competitiveness of Chinese outbound investment on the global stage, including under the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).