KPMG’s 2015 Asia Pacific Indirect Tax Country Guide is a summary of the indirect tax regimes of 21 countries in the Asia Pacific region.
Asia Pacific is a dynamic and diverse region of increasing importance to world trade. That diversity is reflected in the indirect tax regimes and their local application across the region. For businesses seeking to operate across the region it is important to establish tax efficient supply chains and to have knowledge of, and ensure compliance with, the variety of local requirements.
Welcome to KPMG’s 2015 Asia Pacific Indirect Tax Country Guide which includes a summary of the indirect tax regimes of 20 countries in the Asia Pacific region. The information includes changes in key countries implementing new indirect tax systems, such as China and Malaysia. The guide also includes contact information for the Global Indirect Tax Services country leaders in all of the countries included in the guide.
The countries featured in this guide include:
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