The landscape in which businesses operate in the modern day is dynamic. The instances of cross-border transactions have increased as a result of rapid globalisation. Multinational companies are further exposed to regulatory scrutiny across the jurisdictions in which they operate. In particular, companies engaged in cross-border transactions will be monitored by the tax authorities in their respective operating areas. Thus, reducing the potential tax risk incurred by multinational companies during their operations is becoming an imperative and important issue.
Against the background of a continuous rise in the number of Foreign Investment Enterprises in China, the Chinese authorities are strengthening their regulatory efforts in order to enforce tax, foreign exchange and customs functions to ensure due compliance by all companies operating in China. Domestic investors from China are concurrently investing hard and fast on a global scale. The future trend of an increasingly stringent tax regulatory environment in China is to be expected.
An efficient operating structure combined with adequate tax compliance and proper planning is therefore a fundamental necessity for enterprises operating across borders. Efficient tax and structural planning can increase operating efficiency and enhance business effectiveness for achieving their reasonable commercial purpose.
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