Doing Business in China - Donghua University 29 Oct

We are pleased to inform you about the lecture "Structuring Business in China" which will be held on October 29th, 2021, open to all Donghua University students.


【Objectives】

In recent years, China has implemented numerous reforms of the corporate andtax systems which have allowed for ever greater internal development and a more attractive context for foreign investments in various strategic sectors for the country. This seminar aims to provide the insights on the main principles and overview of how to structure a business in China and internationally and of Chinese tax system with updates and tax reforms in China.


【Contents】

1 Forms of Business

2 Tax Planning

3 Corporate Income Tax

4 New Tax and Corporate Trends


【Course Highlights】

The course gives the key tools to understand how to structure a business a newcountry with a specific focus on China and how to consider the tax impact on business income. The course covers Chinese tax system as a whole and the main taxes on companies in China.


Donghua University

Formerly China Textile University, was founded in 1951. Located in the downtown area in Shanghai and adjacent to Hongqiao Economic Development Zone, DHU is one of the state-key universities directly under the Ministry of Education of China. Its feature disciplines, such as Fashion Design, Textile Engineering, International Trade, Material Science, and Information Technology have received high reputation both domestically and abroad. DHU has 13 colleges and schools, offering 54 undergraduate programs, 59 master's degree programs, 30 doctoral degree programs, and 5 postdoctoral research programs.


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.


Where:

Online


When:

October 29, 2021



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