Multinational entities can reduce or eliminate tariffs, income taxes and withholding income taxes through transfer pricing. To do so, companies in China have to understand the fast changing laws and policies, and go through lengthy negotiations with the tax bureau.
  • What are those latest laws and policies?
  • How do you prepare your numbers before sitting down with tax bureau representatives?
  • How do you negotiate better tax terms for your business?
  • How to avoid penalties?
  • Is there an effective method of transfer pricing?​

These questions (and some more) will be answered during this workshop.

Registration is required to confirm a seat. You may register to fbcs@fbcs.fi until Wednesday, February 27, 2018 or as long as there are seats available. Registration is binding and no-shows will be charged RMB 200 unless cancelled before the end-of-day of the final registration date.


  • Alicia Huang (Senior Partner at Shanghai Zhongyuan Law Firm)

    Alicia Huang

    Senior Partner at Shanghai Zhongyuan Law Firm

    Main areas of practice: Taxes (Civil and Criminal), Mergers and Acquisitions.
    Alicia started her career working at different Government departments of the economic and judicial affairs. She then joined Zhongyuan Law Firm as Senior Partner, bringing with her a deep understanding of tax policies and their constant evolution on paper and in practice. Today she advises public and private companies on taxes, cross-border investments, restructuring, and M&A.

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