SHANGHAI — China opened an international tax service hotline on Nov 18 in Shanghai, to boost the Belt and Road Initiative and international tax service exchange.
The hotline was launched at the 12366 Shanghai international tax service center, which was set up in January with the aim of conforming to international standards.
The Shanghai tax service center and hotline aim to support the Belt and Road Initiative, China’s free trade zones, the overseas investment of Chinese enterprises as well as international economic cooperation, said Wang Jun, director of the State Administration of Taxation, at the opening ceremony.
A high-end international tax service platform will contribute to global investment and growth and a fairer and more open tax service system, said Wang.
The Shanghai center should strive to be a bridge for international taxation exchange and cooperation, he added.