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China – Clarifying When Secondment Creates Chinese Taxable Presence

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  On 19 April 2013, the State Administration of Taxation (SAT) of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) issued Announcement 19 to provide guidance on when cross-border secondments of expatriates by foreign enterprises into PRC may create a PRC taxable presence.1 Announcement 19 is a welcome development for multinational companies (MNCs) doing business in... »

People’s Republic of China: Totalization Agreement with Korea Could Affect Assignment Costs

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A Social Security Treaty (“the Treaty”) has been concluded between the People’s Republic of China (“China”) and the Republic of Korea (“Korea”).1 To benefit from the Treaty, Korean companies should review the social insurance participation of their assignees working in China in a timely manner and arrange to obtain and submit the required documents... »

China: Rules Altered on Permanent Residency to Lure Talent, Investors

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The Human Resources and Social Security Ministry of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) along with 24 other PRC government authorities jointly issued and enacted on 25 September 2012, the Administrative Measures on Entitlements of Foreigners with Chinese Permanent Residency (PR) in China No. 53 (Circular No. 53)]. Circular... »

Peoples Republic China’s Implementation Rules for Foreigners’ Participation in Social Insurance

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Following a period of public consultation in June 2011, the Interim Measures for the Participation in Social Insurance of Foreigners Working in China1 (Interim Measures) were approved by the State Council of the People’s Republic of China (“China”) and issued by the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security (MOHRSS) on 6 September 2011.... »

China: Tax Bureau Collects Tax from Nonresident Individual’s

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Recent reports indicate that the local tax bureau of Shenzhen collected tax of RMB 13.68 million with respect to a nonresident individual’s indirect disposal of shares in a Chinese enterprise. »

China: PRC Steps Up Exit Requirements for Chinese Nationals; Visa for Foreign Destination Could Be Required

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Chinese nationals leaving mainland China for countries where they will need an entry visa are now more frequently being asked to show a visa or travel permit for their destination to clear Chinese immigration. »

Philippines : Visa-Free Travel for Eligible Chinese Nationals

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Chinese nationals who hold valid visas for the United States, Australia, Canada, Japan, and the Schengen Area may now enter the Philippines without a visa and stay for seven days. »

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