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Future state Asia: managing your effective tax rate amid evolving supply chains and business shifts
Asia-Pacific is the world’s largest regional economy, and it continues to grow in scale and global significance. At a time when the region has become an integral part of most multinational corporation’s global supply and value chains, Asia trade flows and networks are defining and shaping the next phase of globalization.
Business strategies and operating models in Asia-Pacific are inherently complex. Complementary but distinct markets are spread across a vast geography. Multinationals operating in the region need to adapt to major geopolitical changes, and evolving trade and capital flows, amidst explosive market growth and trade disruptions.
To assess the impacts of these trends, as well as the effects of global and local country tax developments, including the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting project of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and US tax reform, multinational corporations should reevaluate their Asia-Pacific value chains and operating models.
In this webcast, our panelists will discuss these recent trends, their potential impacts on operating models, supply chains and intellectual property ownership and the associated tax implications with a focus on ASEAN1, China and India. Specifically, the panelists will discuss the following topics:
1The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) consists of Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.