2021/22 China Tax Conference

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2021 marks the beginning of China's "14th Five-Year Plan", the historical convergence of the "Two Centenary Goals" and a year of special importance in China's modernization drive.

This past year, the COVID-19 pandemic has been protracted and repeated around the world, and the growth of global trade and investment has slowed down. The global economy has faced major challenges such as balancing inflationary pressure and economic growth, addressing energy shortages, reducing carbon emissions and optimizing global value chains. At the same time, a new round of scientific and technological revolution and industrial transformation is starting, and the digital transformation of the economy and society is accelerating. In such an international environment, the "two-pillar" solution to reset international tax rules has gained international consensus. The international tax system is stepping into a new era, which will undoubtedly bring new challenges and opportunities to international tax management.

China's "14th Five-year Plan" outlines new goals and tasks for the next five years to improve the modern tax system. While continuing to optimize and improve the direct tax and local tax systems, it proposes a new goal of building smart tax and promoting the modernization of tax collection and administration. This year, the Chinese government has continued to implement macro policies aimed at increasing support for efforts to ensure employment, people's wellbeing and the operation of market entities. It has adhered to the strategy of expanding domestic demand, strengthened the strategic support of science and technology, and promoted the transformation to green and low-carbon energy. New drivers of growth accelerated, and new industries, new forms and models of business unleashed tremendous vitality.

In the context of the biggest tax change in a century, the Deloitte "2021/22 China Tax Conference" starts from Shanghai on December 27th and tours to Shenzhen, Suzhou, Beijing, Guangzhou, Nanjing, Chengdu and Hong Kong SAR. 

We will discuss several topics to help you obtain a bird's-eye view of the macro-economic environment and the big picture of fiscal and tax reform. We will also review this year's global and domestic tax changes. We sincerely invite you to join us, your peer and our guest speakers to an event with leading insights and ideas to embrace upcoming challenges and opportunities.


Conference details:

27 December 2021 (Monday)
Kerry Hotel Pudong, Shanghai

28 December 2021 (Tuesday)
Grand Hyatt Shenzhen

28 December 2021 (Tuesday afternoon)
W Hotel Suzhou

29 December 2021 (Wednesday)
China World Summit Wing, Beijing

29 December 2021 (Wednesday)
Grand Hyatt Guangzhou

7 January 2022 (Friday afternoon)
Renaissance Nanjing Olympic Centre Hotel

11 January 2022 (Tuesday afternoon)
W Hotel Chengdu

Hong Kong
21 January 2022 (Friday morning)


Details of the conference:

Chinese Mainland: Mandarin
Hong Kong: English


  • Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, and Shenzhen: RMB 1,200 per person / Preferential rate: RMB 1,000 per person
  • Chengdu, Suzhou, Nanjing and other cities: RMB 800 per person / Preferential rate: RMB 640 per person
  • Hong Kong: Free of charge

Deloitte Client Rate: Current Deloitte clients who are able to provide the name of their engagement partner will be entitled to the preferential rate specified above.

Deloitte Alumni Rate: Former Deloitte professionals who are able to provide the names of colleagues still with Deloitte will be entitled to the preferential rate specified above.

Please note:
1)      Limited by the space of the conference venue, each company may have up to 2 people to attend.
2)      Participants will be entitled to one of the above preferential rates only.
3)      The fee includes conference materials, coffee and lunch. The fee does not include your travel, hotel, or other expenses.

Cancellation of event
If there are unexpected circumstances, Deloitte reserves the right to change the date, time, program, venue, or cancel the event.  Given the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, Deloitte will strictly follow and support governmental requirements and guidance.  If the venue is suspended pursuant to the requirement of relevant government authorities, all onsite arrangements will be cancelled immediately and a follow up plan will be posted as soon as possible.  If the conference is cancelled, Deloitte will refund the fee already received.  Deloitte is not liable to the registrants and accepts no liability whatsoever in relation to any of the above changes.



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We look forward to meeting you at the Conference!