Gary Herick

Startup Funding, Venture Capital & Innovative Blockchain Capital

Chinese Venture Capital Now Beats the USA

Topic: Chinese Venture Capital

Chinese Venture CapitalBelieve it or not, Chinese Venture Capital start-ups have for the first time collected more venture capital than newly established US companies in the past quarter. This is reported by the South China Morning Post . Almost half (47%) of the venture capital used worldwide was spent on start-ups from the Middle Kingdom. The American start-ups were only just over a third (35%). This is part of the entire real reason why China will be surpassing the United States and take the title Financial Capital of the World.

ArmstrongEconomics.com has a report coming soon on this topic.

Chinese Capital and Taxes?

China has responded to global competition that is exploding in the wake of the Trump Tax Reform. While domestic news in the USA continues to bash the tax reform on class warfare, the rest of the world is trying to come to terms with what Trump has set in motion. China’s response is to allow foreign companies complete tax-free business on any profits they reinvest in China upping the stakes. Their position was stated by the Ministry of Finance and it is designed to “foster the growth of foreign investment, improve the quality of foreign investment, and encourage foreign investors to continuously expand their investment in China.” The tax exemption applies retroactively from January 1st, 2017 beating Trump at his own game once more. Foreign companies who have paid taxes in China for 2017 will be refunded.

Domestically, companies in China are already complaining about rising costs that are caused by raising taxes. They have warned that this could lead to production relocations. The standard corporate tax rate is 25% in China. In order to benefit from the newly announced tax rebates, foreign companies have to meet several requirements. These include direct investment in industries promoted by the government in Beijing. Also, the money must flow directly to the companies.

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