China’s VAT Reform – Client Seminar Hosted at Beijing Office

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On 28 June, 2019, our Beijing office held a client seminar on China’s VAT reform. Hosted by Hannah Feng, Partner, and Edith Jia, Corporate Accounting Services Assistant Manager, this seminar provided clients with an overview of China’s recent reform, explaining its contents and applications.

Hannah presents on the VAT reform at the Beijing office

Hannah presents on the VAT reform at the Beijing office

During the seminar, Hannah and Edith shared their insights on the reform and explained how the changes would affect businesses within the country. Topics such as the new VAT rates, the different types of VAT credits, and qualifying for refunds under the reform were covered, helping businesses gain a deeper understanding of how to better adapt to the challenges of these new changes.

Edith covering rates changes under the reform

Edith covering rates changes under the reform

If you were unable to join our seminar but would like to learn more about China’s VAT reform, please contact us today to speak with an expert.

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Further Resources on VAT and Doing Business in China

To stay up-to-date with our publications covering all aspects of doing business in China, you can visit China Briefing for articles such as our 5 Big Changes to China’s VAT in 2019.

You can also subscribe to our investor resource library, Asiapedia, for more related resources, such as our recent Q&As: China’s VAT Reform – Coping in the Transition Period, discussing “Super Credit,” and Who Qualifies for Refunds and Deductions and VAT Reforms in China – Fundamentals of Announcement #39