News & Information
China paying more attention to intellectual property rights
Thursday, 28th April, 2016
China hopes to strengthen cooperation and exchange on intellectual property rights with the United States, said a Chinese trade official.
The two countries see common interests with the US on IPR, although the concept of intellectual property protection has a long tradition in the US and is only several decades old in China, said Zhang Xiangchen, deputy China international trade representative, speaking at an event on Monday.
Hong Kong Budget Address
Friday, 8th April, 2016
The 2016-17 Hong Kong budget speech delivered by Financial Secretary Mr Tsang introduced a series of exciting measures aimed at relieving the economy and promoting growth in infant industries. We find it very encouraging that the government is allocating additional resources to boost the local start-up space.
BVI Automatic Exchange of Information Registration and Reporting Deadlines
Sunday, 3rd May, 2015
The government of the British Virgin Islands (“BVI”) has recently clarified the filing deadlines under the various automatic exchange of information regimes in a number of bulletins and press releases.
UK FATCA / UK CDOT
Non-Domiciled in the UK – Do You Qualify?
Thursday, 22nd April, 2010
According to several sources, nearly 5 million UK tax residents could be ‘non-domiciled’ for UK tax purposes and the wealthy among them could significantly reduce their tax bills.