In this issue of China Tax Update, we will discuss the major China tax developments in the second quarter of 2022, including the latest development in the “aligned arrangement” for customs valuation and transfer pricing
Brendan T. Kelly is a partner of Baker McKenzie's Shanghai office and head of the China Tax Practice as well as chair of the Asia Pacific Tax Practice. Brendan has practiced tax with an Asian focus for about 25 years, with two decades based in China. He has performed a wide range of analysis for various industries with regard to China tax implications, and specializes in advising cross-border clients on tax and legal implications of investment in China. Brendan also has in recent years expanded into regional and global work with multinationals on major mergers and acquisitions, to develop integrated and tax-efficient supply chain structures and defend against tax audits and assessments in China and across the Asia Pacific region. While China remains very much at the core of his practice, Brendan works on a variety of multijurisdictional deals and matters on behalf of his clients.