China’s Belt and Road Initiative now comprises over 70 countries, making the task of analyzing available tax incentives along the routes somewhat complex.
Businesses in countries having signed DTAs with the EAEU can apply for tax exemptions and reductions under the terms of the specific agreement.
China’s State Administration of Tax (SAT) have issued 59 tax guidelines for Chinese companies wishing to trade along the OBOR routes to cover the main overseas investment destinations of Chinese companies along the overland and maritime routes. The SAT said it will continue to update the guidelines and expand coverage of the series. The guidelines are aimed to familiarize Chinese investors[…..]