Golden tax, fapiaos and culture: How to behave like a local in China
Doing business in China remains challenging and processes, such as the Golden Tax and fapiao e-invoicing systems, are still difficult to manage.
While western businesses are understandably attracted to working more closely within the Chinese market, overcoming the barriers of culture and regulatory complexity are essential for long term success. Reforms and direct access to the tax system are bringing the country in-line with international best practice. Read this whitepaper to learn how you can leverage this to your advantage:
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