China Now Taxes Offshore Profits Less
China is now effectively taxing less on repatriated offshore earnings for all companies and individuals.
The new policy is seen as similar to the U.S. recent tax cut plan, as both aim to encourage companies and individuals to bring more profits back to the home country, industry insiders say.
Retroactive to Jan. 1, 2017, Chinese companies and individuals have more flexibility in determining the part of their repatriated profits eligible for income tax exemption at home, the Ministry of Finance and the State Administration of Taxation (SAT) said in a joint statement Friday.
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