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Old 08-23-2011, 11:10 AM
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Default China Transfer Pricing & Supply Chain Planning (14 October 2011)

China 2011: Transfer Pricing & Supply Chain Planning
Friday, 14th October 2011, 8:45am-12:30pm Prince Hotel & Residences Kuala
Lumpur

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 expert, Cheng Chi, Partner, Global Transfer Pricing Services 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.

PROGRAMME OUTLINE

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

HIGHLIGHTS
- 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

We also have a seminar on Vietnam Transfer Pricing & Supply Chain
Management on Friday, 14th October 2011, 1:15pm-5:00pm, Prince Hotel &
Residences Kuala Lumpur. For more information or to receive a brochure,
please contact us at (603) 7803 2514 or
layna.francisco@fortressintelligence.com.sg.

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

Yours sincerely,
Layna O. Francisco
Programme Coordinator
Fortress Intelligence Pte Ltd
Singapore Head Office
10 Anson Road
#34-11 International Plaza
Singapore 079903
Tel: (65) 6334 8311
Fax: (65) 6334 8511

Malaysia Office
Suite 123, 1st Floor, Johor Tower, 15 Jalan Gereja
80100 Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia
Tel: (603) 7803 2514
Fax: (603) 7803 2168


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