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China Promises Corporate Tax Cuts to Support Economic Shift to Services

Premier Li Keqiang said Beijing will reduce the tax burden on Chinese companies to spur dynamism and help the economy’s shift toward consumption and services from manufacturing.
by TaxWorldWeb on Mar 24, 2016

China to replace business tax with value-added tax across industries: Xinhua

China will implement a value-added tax (VAT) across all industries in 2016, the official state news agency Xinhua reported on Monday.
by TaxWorldWeb on Dec 28, 2015

China to Give Tax Breaks to More Small Companies as Growth Slows

China will provide tax breaks to more small companies as policy makers seek ways to spur domestic consumption and boost an economy growing at the slowest pace in more than two decades.
by TaxWorldWeb on Aug 19, 2015

Tax-free days for China’s online sellers are numbered

The tax departments in China have started to interview e-commerce vendors under their administrative regions — including Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Jiangsu, Shandong, and Guangxi provinces — signaling a call for greater nationwide tax collectio...
by TaxWorldWeb on May 7, 2015

National Safety Awards of Excellence are now open!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Free Press Release Submission nationalsafetyawards.com.au       Press Release Distribution Recognition in Australia’s most prestigious Safety Awards has delivered a surge in worker morale, showcased safety ta...
by Free PR Online on Apr 2, 2015

Firms prepare for new tax rules as China vows crackdown

The Chinese government’s vow to increase tax scrutiny of foreign companies has sent firms rushing to tax advisors ahead of the implementation on Sunday of new rules designed to rein in cross-border tax avoidance.
by TaxWorldWeb on Feb 1, 2015

China to Ease Tax Pressure on Oil Producers After Prices Plummet

China moved to cut oil company tax bills as crude prices headed for the biggest annual decline since 2008, sparking gains by producers led by PetroChina Co.
by TaxWorldWeb on Dec 29, 2014

China Aims to Boost Imports With Bank Credits, Tax Incentives

China’s cabinet unveiled a series of measures to encourage imports, including bank credits and tax support, as weak domestic demand hampers economic growth, but some economists say these measures may not be enough to boost sentiment.
by TaxWorldWeb on Nov 6, 2014

U.S. Tech Giants Speak Up for China – Amy Schatz – News …

Business groups raised alarms Thursday about a provision in the recently enacted government spending bill that makes it harder for some federal agencies to buy technology made in China. Original source:  U.S. Tech Giants Speak Up for China – A...
by Latest Tech and Science News on Apr 5, 2013

Yunnan Vice Governor Leads China Trade Mission to Sri Lanka. Bilateral Trade was USD 2.7 Bn in 2012

27th March 2013, www.lankabusinessonline.com A Chinese delegation led by Yunan province vice governor Ding Shaoxiang is arriving in Colombo today, which will help expand bilateral trade of 2.7 billion US dollars reached last year, the commerce min...
by InvestSriLanka on Mar 27, 2013

Xiao Gang Scam

Xiaoalley@upenn.edu I am Mr. Xiao Gang from Bank of China. I have a secured business proposal worth 14 million. Get back to me for more details.Xiao Gang Bank of China...
by Proposal Scam on Jul 12, 2012

Electrical {Industry|Business|Market|Marketplace} {Development|Improvement|Advancement|Growth}

Pairs of electrical electrical {industry|business|market|marketplace}, a {international|worldwide|global} {financial|monetary|economic|fiscal} difficulty upon China’s electrical {industry|business...
by Home Improvement Blog on Jul 2, 2012

Pervez Musharraf Third State Visit

Although the President’s third official visit to China was preceded by the unfortunate killings of three Chinese engineers, the said visit proved to be economically successful, strategically strengthened, and politically... Read more »...
by Awami Politics on Feb 27, 2012

Meet China's next President and Leader

Xi Jinping, current vice president of China and next president Xi Jinping is the presumptive next leader of China and Obama's no.1 rival. He will visit Washington this week to talk Business, Geo-Politics and who knows all that Cr*p me and you&nbs...
by KongSauce.net on Feb 14, 2012


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