Transfer Pricing & Supply Chain Planning (China 2011)

Layna Francisco layna.francisco at
Sun Apr 3 08:01:42 UTC 2011

China 2011: Transfer Pricing & Supply Chain Planning 
Thursday, 28th April 2011, 9:00am-5:00pm, Amara Singapore

In the past, China's tax authority provided favourable business environment
to attract foreign investments. Today, the tax authorities are stepping up
their efforts to enhance tax collection and transfer pricing compliance,
due to many foreign enterprises reporting low profitability upon the
expiration of their tax holidays. In order to avoid risk of penalty, it is
important for foreign businesses to make sure that their specific transfer
pricing planning and strategies fall within the boundaries of State
Administration of Taxation's rules and regulations. Leading experts, Cheng
Chi, Partner, Global Transfer Pricing Services and Anthony Chau, Tax
Partner of KPMG China will keep you abreast of the recent developments of
China transfer pricing regime and will provide practical insights on how to
approach critical tax issues.


China TP Regulations: What’s new in the third year of enforcement? 
•	Update on China transfer pricing: regulations and experts’ observations
•	Transfer pricing audit environment in China: statistics and trend
•	APA experience sharing

Case Study: Illustration of supply chain planning to:
•	Manage and mitigate transfer pricing and corporate tax risks 
•	Optimize effective tax rate
•	Develop tax-efficient operating structure,with appropriate allocation of
functions, assets and risks
•	Centralization of administrative functionscash pooling – use of CHC/RHQ
•	Minimise tax burden on corporate restructuring 
•	Manage customs risks on payments to overseas

Remittance of funds from China 
•	Management fee regime in China concerning overseas companies
•	China tax implications for remitting fees
•	Common strategies to reduce China tax on cross-border payments

•	Receive up-to-date Chinese Transfer Pricing developments
•	Learn how to analyse these changes to mitigate tax risks
•	Identify tax-efficient structures for your business operations in China
•	Understand the strategies on cross-border payments to enhance tax savings
and benefits

To receive brochure/registration form, please email to
layna.francisco at

Looking forward to your participation with your colleagues at this seminar.

Yours sincerely,
Layna O. Francisco
Programme Coordinator
Fortress Intelligence Pte Ltd
10 Anson Road
Unit 34-11 International Plaza
Singapore 079903
Tel: 65 6334 8311
Fax: 65 6334 8511
layna.francisco at

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