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Top among the concerns you may have setting up a business in China, is how you are going to send profits back to your parent company. There are a few main paths to remitting profits, such as dividends, intercompany transactions, and offshore loans.
Each method comes with its own considerations. What may be relatively straightforward in your own country, could pose more challenging in China. The method you ultimately choose could affect how your business is structured to achieve maximum tax efficiency and therefore is an important aspect to consider early-on in your entry strategy.
In this six-minute video Hannah Feng, Tax Partner in Beijing, discusses the advantages, implications, and risks of intercompany payments, as well as transfer pricing considerations.
If you have any questions regarding intercompany payments or repatriating your profits, please contact China@dezshira.com.
To explore another remittance method, watch “Profit Repatriation: A Look at a Dividend Payment Strategy” for an explanation of how dividend payments work in China.
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