Seminar on China’s New IIT Law in Shanghai

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On May 8, 2019, Dezan Shira & Associates, in collaboration with Benelux Chamber of Commerce Chapter Shanghai, Swiss Chinese Chamber of Commerce in China, and Buren law firm, co-hosted a breakfast seminar at Okura Garden Hotel, Shanghai.

Key Concerns Relating to China’s New IIT Law

At the seminar, Paul Dwyer, Director of International Tax and Transfer Pricing at Dezan Shira & Associates, delivered a presentation titled “updates on the new IIT law & implications for seconded foreign employees” to delegates from various European companies.

Paul Presents on Updates & Implications on The New IIT Law

Paul Presents on updates and implications of the new IIT law

Paul detailed a number of key concerns, such as the impact of the new IIT Law on foreign workers in China, implications of dispatching foreign employees to China, and whether foreign employees can create a permanent establishment for the HQ.

The IIT reform, in force since January 1, 2019, has made it vital for Foreign Invested Companies in China to understand when seconded foreign employees (sent to China by their HQ) become subject to China’s new IIT law.

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