9 Apr 2013 (Tue)
This webcast will be available until 8 Apr 2014.
As can be seen in past decade, the governments of Hong Kong, Singapore and China are committed to promoting the development of the shipping industry through enhancing competitiveness of their shipping tax regime for the international shipping businesses. With the tax concessions under Hong Kong tax law, both local and foreign shipping companies can enjoy a relatively low or zero-effective tax rate in Hong Kong. Singapore provides similar tax benefits and is continuously looking to enhance the tax landscape for the shipping communities in Singapore. Also recognising the importance of setting up a strong international shipping centre, China has also stepped up on its move to reduce the tax burden for shipping enterprises setting up their operations in China with the aim of making identified locations (e.g. Shanghai) as the primary choice of many international shipping businesses.
How is the shipping tax environment in these 3 countries? What are the latest local tax developments and what do they mean for international shipping businesses?
These questions have been addressed by our shipping tax team during the webcast. Join our webcast, you would be provided with a comparison of the tax policies in all three locations and what these three locations can offer in terms of tax benefits to international shipping businesses carried out in Hong Kong, Singapore and China. Our speakers also shared the latest tax reforms or updates to tax regulation impacting the shipping industry.
There is 1 hour webcast including a live Q&A session. Webcast link: http://event.on24.com/eventRegistration/prereg/register.jsp?eventid=597867&sessionid=1&key=50E46E5A076F71865C2C1B6BDAF412FB
||Ho Mui Peng, Partner, PwC Singapore |
Tia Siew Nam, Senior Manager, PwC Singapore
Victor Si, Senior Manager, PwC Hong Kong
Michelle Chan, Manager, PwC Hong Kong
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