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To support the Government's efforts to stop the spread of the coronavirus, we will postpone upcoming roundtable luncheons, seminars, training programmes and networking receptions. Safeguarding public health is our top priority. We will announce the new date in due course and arrange a full refund for those who have booked. Thank you for your understanding.

Three important draft laws were introduced in Mainland China towards the end of 2019. They include many regulatory changes that are expected to bring both opportunities and challenges to enterprises operating in the Mainland.

The Chinese Ministry of Finance and the State Taxation Administration jointly published the Value-Added Tax Law of the People's Republic of China (Draft for Public Comments) and the Consumption Tax Law of the People's Republic of China (Draft for Public Comments) on November 27 and December 3 respectively. These two draft laws inherit many of the current policies for VAT and consumption tax, but include some important changes that businesses should be aware of.

On December 28, the National People's Congress issued the draft Export Control Law of China for public consultation. This law provides rules on the export of goods, technologies and services related to national security.

The Chamber is delighted to have Sarah Chin, the China indirect tax leader at Deloitte, join us on February 10 to share her insights on these new laws. She will provide practical advice for tax management and optimization to help companies cope with the various challenges and embrace the opportunities in the changing tax environment.

Speaker(s) Sarah Chin is the Global Tax & Legal Chief Operating Officer and China Tax Partner, National Leader for Indirect Tax and Customs, as well as Leader of the AP ICE (Asia Pacific International Core of Excellence) team at Deloitte China. She is also a member of the Steering Committee of Deloitte's Global VAT and Customs group.

Chin started her career as an inspector with HM Revenue & Customs in the United Kingdom before entering the consulting profession. She spent seven years in the U.K. primarily advising on governmental issues and international VAT. She then moved to Switzerland where she spent eight years establishing an International VAT Centre of Excellence, prior to building and heading up an International VAT team in Switzerland for another "Big Four" firm.

Chin works with clients to plan and implement complicated VAT and customs structures both in China and globally. She is experienced in resolving complicated customs matters regarding transfer-pricing valuations, classifications and anti-smuggling. She also has key expertise in supply chain structures combining the optimal export VAT refund structure, utilizing customs-driven reliefs. Chin specializes in the life sciences and pharmaceutical sectors, but also has in-depth experience in a number of other industries, such as luxury products, manufacturing and automotive. She is the global indirect tax and customs lead for some of Deloitte's most strategic clients. For the past few years, Chin has worked as a domestic expert with the Chinese Government on the design and approach of the VAT Reform.
Language English
Date and Time 2020/02/10 12:30 to 14:00
Venue Chamber Theatre, 22/F United Centre
Media Open to media
Enquiries West Lam
Tel: 2823 1265
Fee Event Cancelled
Members @ HK$190 / Non-Members @ HK$400
+$50 for booking offline
This event accepts Chamber Coupon (terms and conditions)
Members enjoy 30% discount with BOC HKGCC VISA Card
Notes - Bookings are only confirmed upon receipt of payment, on a first come first served basis.
- Booking transfer is allowed for corporate members with advanced notice, walk-ins are normally not accepted.
- The Chamber reserves the right to decline any booking or cancel the event. In such case, a full refund of the participation fee will be issued.
- No refund will be made for last minute cancellations or no-shows. If the booking is cancelled at least 3 days before the event, and in such cases the refund will be subjected to a 10% administration fee, or HK$100 deduction, whichever is higher.
- Members paying with their BOC HKGCC Visa Card will enjoy a 30% discount on their reservation. The discount is only applicable to the card holder, and does not extend to their guests. The discount cannot be used in conjunction with Chamber Coupons.
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- Priority is given to corporate members. The decision to accept or decline any booking shall be at sole discretion of the Chamber.