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A New Dawn for the International Tax System: Evolution from Past to Future and What Role Will China Play?

This book provides a long-run perspective on the development of the global taxation framework and analyses China’s rules against developments elsewhere in the world.

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A New Dawn for the International Tax System: Evolution from Past to Future and What Role Will China Play?

Why this book?

The global tax system is currently in a period of flux, with the BEPS Project driving a significant overhaul of international tax rules. At the same time, China’s growing economic sophistication has prompted radical change in Chinese cross-border tax rules and a shift in China’s engagement with global tax rule-setting bodies. This book provides a long-run perspective on the development of the global taxation framework and analyses China’s rules against developments elsewhere in the world.

A New Dawn for the International Tax System is a collaboration led by executive editors Khoonming Ho and Yuesheng Jiang, of KPMG China and the Jiangsu Provincial Office of the SAT, respectively.

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Editor(s)

         Yuesheng Jiang is the Deputy Director-General of the Jiangsu Provincial Office of the SAT. He has more than 20 years of experience in international tax administration and leads many high-powered international tax and economic policy committees at the national and provincial levels.
 
Khoonming Ho is the Vice Chairman and Head of Tax at KPMG China, as well as the Head of Tax for KPMG Asia Pacific. Since 1993, Mr Ho has been actively involved in advising foreign investors on their investments and operations in China. He plays a leading role in government policy committees and is a thought leader in Chinese taxation.
 

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Conrad Turley is a director with KPMG. He specializes in international tax and is based in Beijing. Mr Turley has previously worked with KPMG in Hong Kong, Dublin and Amsterdam, and with the European Commission Tax Directorate in Brussels.
 
  Mario Petriccione is a director with KPMG. He specializes in international tax and is based in London. Mr Petriccione has extensive experience working on structuring Chinese investments.

David Chamberlain is an international corporate tax adviser. He specializes in transfer pricing and is currently located in China. Previously, he has worked in the high-technology sector, based in California’s Silicon Valley, and as a team leader in the advance pricing agreement programme of the US Internal Revenue Service (IRS).           

"This book is both informative and sophisticated, its perspective both broad and unique. It is a powerful weapon in the armoury of ambitious readers in the field of international tax research, daily corporate tax practice and fiscal tax administration."

Dr. Liao Tizhong, Director-General, Department of International Tax,
State Administration of Taxation (SAT) (foreword)

Reviewed by Jinyan Li

Canadian Tax Journal/Revue Fiscale Canadienne Vol. 66, No. 3 (2018), pp. 8-10

Overall, this book is a valuable resource for readers who are keen on learning about China and China’s unprecedented role in the recent attempts to reform the international tax system. The organization of the book makes it easy to read either selected chapters or cover to cover. The co-editors of this book are leading figures in Chinese international taxation: one is a practitioner, and another is a senior official in the SAT, Jiangsu Province. They deserve applause for sharing their knowledge and insights with readers.

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