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Deloitte Malaysia Tax Workshop for Chinese Companies

2017 年 3 月 17 日 – 2017 年 3 月 18 日
17 March 2017 – 18 March 2017




On 17 and 18 March 2017, a two-day “Tax Workshop for Chinese Companies” was held by Deloitte Malaysia Chinese Services Group at Deloitte Kuala Lumpur headquarters. The workshop’s key focus areas were tax-related concerns of Chinese investors, such as corporate income tax, personal income tax, goods and services tax (“GST”), transfer pricing, immigration, tax planning, cross-border financing and so on. It is worth noting that our newly organised “Tax Clinic” session, through one-to-one consultation with our experienced tax experts and also sharing of experience, was well received by the Chinese companies.

The workshop was fully conducted in Mandarin and attracted more than 120 participants from China-owned companies based in Malaysia and China. The speakers included Deloitte Malaysia’s Executive Directors Ang Weina, Tham Lih Jiun and Toh Hong Peir; Director Chee Ying Cheng; Associate Directors Lim Phaik See, Ha Kok Fei and Kelvin Kok; Manager Yam Bing Jing; Assistant Manager Jason Tey; and Chinese Services Group representatives Nicholas Kuo, Vivian Dai, Chen Yujiao, Hu Cheng and Chu Junxiao.

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Annual Meeting of Malaysia-China Joint Business Council

2017 年 3 月 20 日
20 March 2017


会议其中,中国国际贸易促进委员会与马中商务理事会正式成立”丝绸之路商务理事会马来西亚委员会”。此外,黄家定也表示,数字经济发展潜能巨大,中国的数字经济3大巨头──华为、阿里巴巴和腾讯的领导人,都看好马来西亚的数字自由贸易区(D-FTZ)的发展前景,并将投入更多人力物力资源。一条通畅无阻的网络丝绸之路(Cyber Silk Road)已经隐然成型,马中商务理事会将与这些重要的数字经济企业展开更进一步的协调和合作,以促进马中经贸的全面深化和发展。



On 20 March 2017, the annual meeting of Malaysia-China Joint Business Council was held in Kuala Lumpur. Malaysian Prime Minister’s Special Envoy to China and Chairman of Malaysia-China Business Council (“MCBC”), Tan Sri Dato’ Seri Ong Ka Ting and Chairman of China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (“CCPIT”), Jiang Zengwei, attended the meeting and delivered speeches. There were more than 200 representatives from government agencies and business circles participating in the meeting.

During the meeting, CCPIT and MCBC set up the “Malaysia Silk Road Business Council”. In addition, Ong Ka Ting said the digital economy has huge potential for development. The leaders of three digital economy giants – Huawei, Ali Baba and Tencent – are positive of the future prospects of Malaysia’s digital free trade zone (D-FTZ) and are willing to invest in manpower and resources. As a seamless Cyber Silk Road has been shaped, MCBC will collaborate and coordinate with the key players of digital businesses to promote Malaysia China trade for further development.

Deloitte Malaysia’s Country Tax Leader Yee Wing Peng and Executive Director Toh Hong Peir were invited to attend the meeting.

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