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Examine Topical Tax Aspects of Inbound Investment into the Developing Economies of China and India

Published on 17 Mar 2008 | Took place at Oaks Hotel on Collins, Melbourne, VIC

Mainland China and India are now amongst the world’s largest and fastest growing economies. The growing modernisation and sophistication of both countries present great opportunities for inbound investment by Australian businesses. However many Australian investors regard these countries amongst the hardest places in the world to do business.

This seminar presented an ideal opportunity for CFOs, in-house tax counsel, accountants, lawyers and other professional advisors and their clients who wish to appreciate the key taxation aspects of venturing into China and India.

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Individual sessions

Taxation aspects of outbound investment into mainland China

Author(s):  Anthony KLEIN,  James STRONG

This presentation covers: 

  • an outline of China's new corporate income tax law and its practical implications for Australian investors
  • structuring inbound investment into China
  • buying a business in China - common due diligence issues.
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Into India – the current tax and transfer pricing environment

Author(s):  Darren LEE,  Ashish DAVE

This paper covers:

  • a review of topical tax issues impacting inbound investment into India
  • the transfer pricing environment in India
  • tax considerations of outsourcing operations in India
  • availability of tax incentives in setting up business in special economic zones
  • Indian budget announcements.
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