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Transfer Pricing
OECD / G20 Transfer Pricing Documentation and Intangible Guidance

29 September, 2:00 – 3:00 PM HKT (GMT +8)
Host: Arindam Mitra
Presenters: John Bland, Eunice Kuo, and Alan Shapiro

The G20 finance ministers are meeting on 21-22 September 2014 to approve the output from several Actions under the OECD / G20 Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) project. Prior to the meeting, the OECD will publish new guidance on the transfer pricing documentation requirements, including country-by-country information for tax authorities. What are the proposals, how have they changed from earlier drafts, and how might they affect your organization? We'll discuss:

  • The common template for providing country-by-country information to tax authorities.
  • Master file and local file documentation requirements.
  • Definition and new methods to value intangibles
  • Timetable and Areas that remain to be finalized.
  • Potential impact of the new guidance on your organization and the action steps you should consider.

Keep up to date with these significant changes to transfer pricing under BEPS.

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Managing the Continuous Evolution of China's VAT Reforms: Theory vs. Reality

30 September, 2:00 – 3:00 PM HKT (GMT +8)
Host: Robert Tsang
Presenters: Sarah Chin and Li Qun Gao

Since the pilot reform program was introduced in Shanghai on 1 January 2012, the Chinese National VAT Reform has been introducing significant changes to the old VAT and business tax regimes. Taxpayers have witnessed continuous policy changes and implementation challenges. Although the planned completion date of the reform, the end of 2015, is only 18 months ahead, there are many sectors to be covered in the reform. What are the latest changes and what is expected in the next batch of changes? We'll discuss:

  • Announcements for the latest sectors, including the telecommunications industry announcement in early May 2014.
  • Developments in the implementation of the reform including the exemption of cross-border services.
  • Practical steps to be taken by businesses, suppliers, and customers to handle the new reality of China's VAT system.

Understand the latest changes and developments in China's National VAT reform and how you can address them.

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