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  • Les accords de libre-échange et de double imposition de l’Inde
    Published on: April 2018

    Dans ce numéro du magazine India Briefing, nous examinons les accords commerciaux bilatéraux et multilatéraux que l’Inde a actuellement en place et mettons en évidence les accords qui sont en cours de négociation. Une poussée des politiques isolationnistes dans les pays occidentaux a encouragé de nombreuses entreprises à repenser leurs relations commerciales et à explorer de nouveaux marchés. Ces différents accords de libre-échange et de double imposition de l’Inde peuvent offrir de nouvelles voies commerciales dans toute l’Asie.

  • Cross Border e-Commerce in China
    Published on: March 2018

    While cross border e-commerce (CBEC) is an attractive channel for foreign businesses to sell to China, misunderstandings over how CBEC in China works frequently end in costly disappointments and retreats from the market. In this issue of China Briefing magazine, we offer foreign investors a practical guide to selling to China through CBEC. We begin by introducing the market landscape, before diving in to the sector’s legal and regulatory framework. We then compare the advantages and disadvantages of different CBEC business models. Finally, we consider how to protect intellectual property in China when selling online.

  • Tax Incentives in India
    Published on: March 2018

    In this issue of India Briefing magazine, we examine India’s corporate tax structure, analyze the latest trends in India’s tax system, and strategies that companies can use to offset their tax burden. We also answer frequently asked questions on applying for investment incentives and tax breaks in India. Foreign investors should note that tax benefits available to businesses in India are determined by economic activity, industry, location, and size of firm.

  • Les Prix de Transfert en Chine: une Année de Nouvelles Règlementations
    Published on: January 2018

    Dans ce numéro de China Briefing, nous avons décidé de nous consacrer à l’étude des nouvelles réglementations concernant les prix de transfert en Chine. En effet, les prix de transfert sont rapidement devenus l’une des problématiques clé dans le domaine de la fiscalité internationale. Essentiellement, cette pratique affecte les prix encourus lors de transactions interentreprises entre des entités appartenant à des juridictions fiscalement distinctes. Compte tenu du fait que ces transactions peuvent être utilisées pour transférer des fonds au sein même d’une multinationale, les prix de transfert sont un moyen efficace de gérer les flux trésoriers et le versement des bénéfices.

  • Nuevas consideraciones al establecer una WFOE en China en 2017
    Published on: January 2018

    En este número de China Briefing se guía al lector a través de una variedad de temas, desde las razones detrás de la preferencia de los inversores extranjeros por la WFOE como modelo de inversión, hasta la gestión de las nuevas regulaciones de China. Se discute cómo las transformaciones económicas han favorecido a la WFOE, así como la utilidad del modelo de inversión, y se detalla los requisitos clave que los empresarios deben examinar antes de iniciar el proceso de configuración de una WFOE. Después se guía a los inversores a través del proceso de establecimiento de la WFOE y, finalmente, explicamos la nueva e idiosincrásica regla de la “Persona en control de facto”.

  • China Industries Outlook 2018
    Published on: December 2017

    In China’s new era, socioeconomic issues such as a rapidly aging society, an uneasy transition towards a knowledge-based economy, and a highly polluted environment are becoming more important than relentless economic growth and expansion. And foreign investment into China must adapt to respond to these new priorities. In this issue of China Briefing magazine, we analyze macro-level foreign investment trends into China, and how the high-tech sector stands out above others. We then shift our focus to China’s healthcare sector in the context of policy reforms and demographic changes. We also examine how to invest in China’s education industry and how China’s war on pollution introduces new opportunities for foreign investors.

  • How to Set Up in Thailand
    Published on: December 2017

    In this issue of ASEAN Briefing magazine, we analyze the various market entry options available for investors interested in expanding to Thailand. We also discuss the various tax and non-tax incentives on offer for foreign investors in the kingdom. Finally, we discuss the salient features of Thailand’s EEC development plan and highlight the key incentives on offer for overseas investors.

  • Tax Incentives in Vietnam
    Published on: December 2017

    In this issue of Vietnam Briefing, we discuss the importance of taxation to new investment projects and outline the role that corporate tax incentives can play in reducing costs in Vietnam. We highlight Vietnam’s current preferential tax rates and tax holidays, analyze the situations under which companies can qualify for incentives, and finally provide expert commentary on tax incentive applications.

  • India's Free Trade and Double Tax Agreements
    Published on: December 2017

    In this issue of India Briefing magazine, we take a look at the bilateral and multilateral trade agreements that India currently has in place and highlight the deals that are still in negotiation. We analyze the country’s double tax agreements, and conclude by discussing how foreign businesses can establish a presence in Singapore to access the Indian and ASEAN markets.

  • Managing China's Financial System
    Published on: November 2017

    Foreign investors often find China’s financial system to be one of the most difficult areas to navigate when establishing or growing their presence in the country. Navigating China’s tax system, and its complexities, requires time and commitment. In this issue of China Briefing magazine, we look at the factors that make China’s tax system unique, and identify steps foreign investors can take to manage its challenges. We first examine the issues that most commonly disorient foreign investors. We then discuss the importance of pre-investment capital planning, within the context of tough foreign exchange controls, before examining the ever-maturing regulations for the transfer pricing system.


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