China’s Belt and Road Initiative now comprises more than 70 countries. Enterprises participating in the BRI have to plan ahead and properly manage their investment and tax risks to mitigate potential exposures.
Assessing applicable tax along the Belt and Road needs to take into account not just the geographical location and therefore the pertinent tax regime, but also product and industry sectors and on top of that applicable tax in bilateral and multilateral agreements that are either in place or in the pipeline.
In this session, we will pin point the
• tax implications
• for the various sectors in the various jurisdictions, both local and foreign
• help and assistance from Double Tax Agreements or other multilateral instruments
• tax restructuring
• tax and financial risks in cross-borders agreements and treaties
• tax opportunities
Join Associate Professor Darren Koh, Vice-Dean, School of Law; Head - Taxation and Law Programmes at Singapore University of Social Sciences and his multi-disciplinary panel of speakers in an informative and engaging dialogue.