China Tax Guide

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Oxford University Press, 1999 - Business & Economics - 415 pages
Since 1991, when the People's Republic of China substantially revamped its tax regime applicable to foreign companies and foreign investment enterprises, China's tax laws have been growing in complexity every year. This new, expanded edition of the China Tax Guide has been fully updated to take account of what is now a unified tax structure for equity joint ventures.

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Forms of Doing Business in China
The Individual Income Tax
The Foreign Enterprise Income Tax

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Winston K. Zee is a partner with Baker & McKenzie.

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