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Tax Updates: Things Foreign Investors Should Know About Investing Into Taiwan

Deloitte Dbriefs | China Issues

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August 8, 2013 11:00 AM

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August 8, 2013 12:00 PM

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Host: Vivien Wang, Partner - Deloitte Tax LLP
1 Intermediate CPE Credit: Specialized Knowledge & Applications 

Taiwan has enacted new laws for income taxation of securities, and more amendments of the Income Tax Act are expected. What are some potential tax issues that foreign investors might encounter when investing into Taiwan? We'll discuss:

  • An overview of Taiwan tax structure for investment purpose.
  • Typical issues encountered by foreign investors, including disputes over Taiwan source income and deemed profit rate on technical services.
  • Upcoming tax law changes involving controlled foreign corporations, private equity, and income from securities.

Explore the dynamics affecting the enactment of new tax rules and learn about selected situations in which Taiwan might be a preferred spot for investing and doing business.

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