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Many companies with large overseas operations have to deal with lost revenues and reputational damage caused by counterfeit goods. As well as being a large potential market, China is also major manufacturing hub, for both fake as well as genuine products. Despite improvements in the legal framework regarding intellectual property rights, companies are often disappointed by the results of their attempts to prevent the proliferation of counterfeit goods through through the courts, the Ministry of Commerce and local governments.

Now there is a new, innovative approach to stemming the trade of counterfeit products. Based on their experience working with numerous clients, experts from Deloitte will share details on how the Customs Bureau can help companies in the fight against counterfeits. To find out more, please RSVP in advance to secure your seat - places are limited.


9:10 AM - 9:30 AM
9:30 AM - 10:10 AM
10:10 AM - 10:40 AM
Discussion, Q&A


  • Gus  Kang (Tax Partner at Deloitte China)

    Gus Kang

    Tax Partner at Deloitte China

    Gus Kang – Tax Partner of Deloitte China, with over 30 years of international tax experience including nearly 20 years in China; Board member and Treasurer at the American Chamber of Commerce.

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  • Zhou  Yi (Leading Indirect Tax Partner at Deloitte Northern China)

    Zhou Yi

    Leading Indirect Tax Partner at Deloitte Northern China

    Leading Indirect Tax Partner of Deloitte Northern China, with 16 years of customs service experience; recognized as a leading indirect tax service expert in International Tax Review’s Indirect Tax Leader’s Guide for 2013, 2014 and 2015

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Member Price RMB 90
Member Price (Pay at the door) RMB 150
Employee of Member Company
Standard Price RMB 250
Door Price RMB 250
Standard Price RMB 400
Door Price RMB 600

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