The recent arrests of film star Liu Xiaoqing and Euro-Asia Agricultural (Holdings) chairman Yang Bin signal a significantly increased effort to collect tax in China. This effort is not only confined to individuals in China, but foreign investment enterprises, including many Hong Kong investors, are also subject to increased scrutiny. When tax disputes arise, taxpayers need to understand the methods of resolving such disputes in China. This article provides a review and an evaluation of those methods.
|Pages (from-to)||62-64, 66|
|Number of pages||4|
|Journal||The Hong Kong Accountant|
|Publication status||Published - Dec 2002|