Multinational Companies Could Face Stricter Transfer Pricing Investigation By Chinese Tax Authorities

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In the beginning of 2009, the Chinese government set a target for annual tax growth of 8.2%. Due to the financial crisis, tax revenue has dropped 10.3% in the first quarter and 6% in the first half of the year compared with the same periods of last year. Therefore, China’s State Administration of Taxation ("SAT") has started to put more emphasis on tax inspection. Tax inspection is a regular function for the SAT, and a common practice internationally. But now China is expanding its scope.

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