With the new Foreign Investment Catalogue pushing several additional “green” industries into the “encouraged” category and the 12th Five Year Plan declared the “greenest in history,” China is abuzz with talk about the “green” sector. Everyone seems to be describing these vital documents as “green”...but why? We give you some specifics.
We give a quick overview of the renewable energy in China and discuss environment-related tax incentives, once again focusing on the specifics, before concluding with a look at foreign involvement in China’s green building industry. This issue is devoted to helping the average foreign investor – not a renewable energy experts at BP or a China guru at GE or Siemens - gain a basic grasp on developments in this sector and how they relate to foreign investors.
In This Issue:
Dezan Shira & Associates' founder Chris Devonshire-Ellis compares the cost of doing business in China, India and ASEAN. He talks about staying compliment in the Chinese and ASEAN markets and discusses recent regulatory changes, including financial and due diligence issues affecting US companies interested in expanding into China and ASEAN.
Dezan Shira & Associates alumni Manuela Reintgen from its Beijing office, divulges the integral information necessary to handle individual income tax in China. Manuela explores three main topics: First she explains who pays, when they pay, and what individual income tax is levied on.
Adam Livermore discusses the HR and Payroll situation in China. In this particular session, he took questions the audience had from the first podcast and provided clarifying, enlightening information.
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