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Taming the Tiger - Dealing with China's Tax and Regulatory Regime

03 December 20138:30 AM - 10:00 AM (CET) Munich

The Chinese say tax is scarier than tigers. Indeed, China's tax and legal environment is complicated and for foreign investors it is hard to get an overall picture. With regard to the increasing importance of Chinese tax and corporate law, also for German companies in China, we would like to draw your attention to our seminar "Taming the Tiger - Dealing with China's Tax and Regulatory Regime".



In the seminar our Shanghai based lawyers Roberta Chang (tax) and Anna Elshafei (corporate) will provide an overview of the basics of China's tax and corporate law regime. By using real-life examples and case studies, relevant practical issues (in particular tax-efficient structures as well as typical, but easily to be avoided pitfalls) in connection with foreign investments in China will be addressed. From a German tax law perspective, Ingmar Dörr (tax, Munich) will highlight tax issues that regularly occur on the occasion of German investments in China. The seminar will be presented by Michael Rose (corporate, Munich).

The seminar is intended for corporate in-house lawyers, members of M&A and tax departments as well as for members of management bodies dealing with investments in China.

Hogan Lovells International LLP
Karl-Scharnagl-Ring 5
Munich

03 December 2013
8:30 AM - 10:00 AM (CET)

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