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On 1 January 2017, China has raised the tax rate for small cars from 5% to 7.5%. The original tax break – the normal tax rate for private cars being 10% - was introduced in 2015 to support the sluggish car market. Initially, the stimulus was supposed to expire at the end of last year, but in mid-December 2016 China's Ministry of Finance announced that instead of an immediate return to 10%, the tax rate would only increase by 2.5 points before reaching the normal level on 1 January 2018.

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At the 26th bimonthly session of the Standing Committee of the NPC, the government decided to set up a new regulations for the deduction of donations to charities.

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The Department of Investment of the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) has published the draft of the Administrative Measures for the Operation of the National Online Platform for Approving and Regulating Investment Projects.

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With the upcoming IIT declaration deadline on 31 March 2017, we would like to give a short update and a reminder.

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2016 has just ended and many events have created an atmosphere of uncertainty. But Germany remains a pillar of stability. This outlook gives an overview of the most recent changes for German businesses.

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On 6 January 2017, the Ministry of Human Resource and Social Security, Foreign Affairs and Education announced that qualified foreign university graduates with no working experience are now eligible to receive work permission in China. Additionally, a new policy of collecting foreign passport holders’ fingerprints when arriving in China is introduced. 

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