This book is the first to provide a comprehensive treatment of China's domestic system of taxation. Set within the broader context of the nation's economic and fiscal structure, it offers an authoritative analysis of each type of taxation and the tax system as a whole. The author, who is one of the foremost authorities on Chinese tax policy, has drawn extensively on Chinese publications as well as personal contacts with Chinese government officials and western lawyers and businessmen working in China.
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