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To further deepen China-Netherlands tax exchange and cooperation, Wang Jun, the Director of the State Taxation Administration of China, and Peter Smink, the Director-General of the Netherlands Tax Administration, held a video conference on June 24.
Chinese tax officials are providing professional services to help local companies enter the global market, and are also introducing more China-based solutions as successful examples for international tax coordination mechanisms.
China's soon to-be-released economic growth figure for the first half of the year is expected to stay robust at a double-digit level, as economic momentum accelerated amid steady headway in improving the business climate, officials and economists said.?
China has witnessed a spike in the number of new taxpaying market entities in the first five months as the country's economy continues to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.
In order to further advance the reform of “delegating power, streamlining administration and optimizing government services” in tax area, improve the tax supervision system, create a market-oriented, rule of law-based and internationalized business environment, and better serve the development of ...
China's top legislature on Thursday voted to adopt a new law on stamp tax, which will take effect on July 1, 2022.
The State Taxation Administration released ten groups of tax data, reflecting the steady reinforcement and stabilization of China's economic in Q1.
China's taxation authorities on Monday announced a policy to simplify the declaration of multiple property and behavior taxes to improve the business climate.
The high-level video conference on Capacity Building of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) Forum on Tax Administration (FTA) was held April 15. Wang Jun, was invited to attend and delivered a keynote speech.
The STA launched in February "I Do Practical Things For Taxpayers". Tax system at all levels have actively promoted the implementation of hundreds of convenient measures to benefit the people.
China's tax authorities on Friday released data on the rising number of new taxpayers in the first four months of 2021, which mirrors the country's economic recovery amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
China will extend more support to micro and small enterprises and self-employed individuals to help them overcome difficulties and grow their businesses, the State Council's executive meeting chaired by Premier Li Keqiang decided on Wednesday.
China's stamp tax revenue soared 49.6 percent year on year to 160 billion yuan (about 24.88 billion U.S. dollars) in the first four months of the year, official data showed.?
The National Development and Reform Commission recently issued a series of policies to reduce the costs of enterprises and help market entities overcome their difficulties.
The national tax credit evaluation in 2021 has recently ended, and more than 33 million enterprises have been included in the evaluation. The evaluation results show that the overall tax credit situation of Chinese enterprises continues to maintain a stable and positive trend.