China Tax Treaties and Cross-border Taxation 26 Sept
We are pleased to inform you about the webinar “China Tax Treaties and Cross-border Taxation" which will be held at Shanghai Jiaotong University via zoom webinar, on September 26, 2020.
China has signed 104 double taxation agreements and 16 free trade agreements of which the majority of those were signed with countries involved in the Belt and Road project. International Taxation focuses on the complexity of multi-jurisdiction regulations and different tax systems, gaining new opportunities from International Taxation knowledge and transfer pricing. Lecture will address main issues in international tax trends with a specific focus on double tax conventions and tax planning techniques to minimize the tax burden on income and profits, and to understand tax laws and regulations affecting cross-border transactions.
1) Anti avoidance tax rules and tax strategies
2) Coss-boder taxation
3) Double taxation agreements
4) China’s free trade agreement
The tax aspect is increasingly important and primary in the international economic context, especially today where companies are increasingly focusing on internationalization, also through the creation of multinational groups and cross border joint ventures or investments. Therefore, it is increasingly crucial to know and evaluate the tax impacts of business operations, in order to make the tax burden more efficient at the level of multinational groups, taking into account transfer pricing policies, treaties against double taxation and incentives deriving by international trade agreements.
Lorenzo Riccardi Lorenzo Riccardi is the Managing Director of RsA Asia; he is a CPA specialized in international taxation and has covered roles in the governance of non-profit organizations and multi-national companies including the largest Italian groups in luxury, food and mechanical sectors. He has published extensively on foreign investments in developing and frontier economies (lorenzoriccardi.com)
Zoom / SJTU Campus
September 26, 14:00 - 17:00 China time