The Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (the GBA) is a pivotal driver for China's economic development with its focus on industrial collaboration, urban integration, and technological innovations. Enormous economic potential lies in the GBA as evident by its existing scale in that the relatively small area comprises of 12% of China's GDP and is expected to rival the three largest bay areas in the world – Tokyo, New York and San Francisco. Nearby the GBA is the Hainan free trade port (FTP) which provides liberalised special customs supervision in enabling cross-border free flows of trade and investment. In particular, Hainan has been positioned as an international hub for consumption and tourism as part of the FTP initiative. As such the GBA and Hainan FTP provide highly promising opportunities for businesses to expand globally from a China inbound perspective

Our sharing session will provide an overview of proposed preferential policies offered by GBA and Hainan FTP with a focus on tax incentives to investors and businesses from both a corporate and individual tax perspective.

Salient points:

1) Overview of lower corporate income tax rates, individual tax rates and trade incentives under both regions.

2) Practical guidance and case sharing in being eligible for tax incentives by taking into account holding structures, business models and complexities in setting up as part of the overall commercial / regulatory environment.


Dutch Chamber of Commerce office
Central Plaza Wan Chai

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