Monthly Archive May 16, 2021

Post-Covid Tax Cuts in China—Do you Qualify?

As the economic aftershocks of the worldwide coronavirus pandemic are still prevalent, the Chinese government has cut an array of taxes and fees for both large and small businesses. The stimulus has focus on industries particularly hurt, such as high-tech manufacturing, foreign trade, and medical equipment.

These tax cuts amount to RMB 550 billion (about $85 billion) and are not schedule to be fully phased out until 2025. As we have written before in this blog series, some of the stimulus measures end in 2023, the other in 2025.

They were announced by Vice-Premier Li Keqiang in Beijing’s 2021 two sessions (NPC & CPPCC National Committee annual sessions) that concluded on March 11th 2021.

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China’s Economic Stimulus in Response to the Coronavirus Pandemic

In recent times, due to the coronavirus epidemic, it has become more valuable for businesses to open in China. They have waived fees and given credits to small businesses to stimulate the economy. While they have a wide variety of credits, they do prefer certain businesses, including those like manufacturing business or medical businesses. This is not for the short term, as the benefits could last all the way through the end of 2025. In total, all of the benefits and waived fees total up to around 85 billion dollars.

These benefits were made by Li Keqiang this year (in 2021), during the yearly meetings of the NPC and CPPC national Committee. Li Kequiang is the Premier of the State Council of the PRC and a key architect of the country’s current economic reforms. This isn’t the first time incentives have been set in place for small businesses to come to China. Due to the Coronavirus epidemic, a new volley of such efforts have been made.

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