Changes to China's "Value Added Tax" as of October 2009


In October, 2009, two regulations were issued regarding value added tax (VAT) treatment in China. One regulation clarifies the value added tax (VAT) treatment of certain asset reorganizations between publicly traded companies (PTC) and their holding companies. The other exempts foreign-owned research and development (R&D) centers from taxes on imports of listed equipment and grants foreign and Chinese-owned R&D centers full VAT refunds on purchases of certain domestically made equipment.

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