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Business Focus CINA e FAR EAST - L. Riccardi, Milano 30.10.2015

Il corso mira a fornire un quadro completo degli strumenti e delle competenze specialistiche per cogliere le opportunità offerte dalla Cina e dai Paesi dell’Asia Orientale, che rappresentano, e continueranno a essere nei prossimi anni, aree strategiche dalla forte capacità innovativa ed imprenditoriale per le aziende che intendono crescere e competere a livello globale.

OBIETTIVI

  • Delineare la situazione sociale ed economica dell’area
  • Illustrare la realtà imprenditoriale, specificando i settori di interesse
  • Fornire le competenze specialistiche (legislative, finanziarie, doganali e commerciali)
  • Ampliare il network professionale

DESTINATARI

Il Corso si rivolge a tutti quei professionisti che desiderino aggiornarsi e acquisire competenze specifiche su un argomento che riguarda il futuro dei mercati internazionali. Nello specifico:
  • imprenditori
  • direttori e responsabili commerciali
  • export manager e professionisti

PROGRAMMA

Le lezioni, per un totale di 60 ore, sono organizzate in cinque sessioni didattiche e si svolgono il venerdì pomeriggio e il sabato, per conciliare la partecipazione al corso con gli impegni e le attività lavorative.

L'INTERNAZIONALIZZAZIONE IN CINA E FAR EAST (18 ore):
  • Conoscere il mercato: overview e scenario
  • Strumenti e competenze per operare in Cina e Far East
APPROFONDIMENTI PAESE (42 ore):
  • Cina
  • India
  • Giappone
  • Vietnam, Malaysia, Thailandia, Singapore
  • Corea del Sud

DOCENTI E TESTIMONIANZE

I docenti selezionati sono professionisti altamente qualificati che vantano una consolidata esperienza anche nella formazione executive.
Tra i docenti di questo Corso:
All’interno delle lezioni sono previste testimonianze aziendali.

BENEFICI 

Oltre alla formazione in aula i partecipanti possono usufruire di servizi di consulenza e accompagnamento nei mercati di interesse tramite la partecipazione a fiere e missioni organizzate da Promos.

MODALITA’ DI AMMISSIONE

Il modulo per l’ammissione, disponibile su questa pagina, va compilato in tutti i suoi campi, sottoscritto, ed inviato via email all’indirizzo Questo indirizzo email è protetto dagli spambots. È necessario abilitare JavaScript per vederlo. o tramite fax al numero +39 02 8515 5227

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[Seminar] 18th September 2015 – Human Resources Management & Tax Planning (L. Riccardi)

SHANGHAI, ADECCO 

Human resources management is becoming even more a key point for companies to address: the labor market is getting tougher, with high labor costs, law protection to the employee and speed of information. A country like China, that used to be for years the "manufacturer of the world" has now a highly protective labor law and rising costs. The knowledge of HR management and related taxation is essential for companies, together with the knowledge of tax planning and an effective fiscal management.

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RSA ASIA - TAX NEWS FLASH - SEPTEMBER 2015

The firm combines a multidisciplinary vision and focus on different business sectors, providing tax and corporate finance consultancy in Asia. In our expertise we include tax and accounting, corporate and financial services. 

[Blog] FAR EAST - China and Asia: the new blog by Lorenzo Riccardi, on Agi China 24

AGI CHINA 24

"FAR EAST - China and Asia" is a new blog with the latest news and comments about economic, political, institutional and tax facts about China and the Far East of Asia, all locations of primary importance for foreign companies that do or want to do business in Asia.

Link: http://www.agichina24.it/blog-lorenzo-riccardi

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[Event] 8th September 2015 – Ceremony for the signature of the Friendship & Cooperation Agreement between Turin and Ho Chi Minh City (M. Montanari)

TURIN (ITALY)

On invitation of the mayor of Turin, Piero Fassino, RsA will participate to the Ceremony for the signature of the Friendship and Cooperation Agreement between Turin and Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam), being the firm an important point of reference for Italian and foreign firms that want to do business in Vietnam. The Ceremony will start at 5:45 p.m., at the following address: Piazza Palazzo di Città 1, Palazzo Civico, Sala del Consiglio Comunale.

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[Seminar] 18th September 2015 – Human Resources Management & Tax Planning (L. Riccardi)

SHANGHAI, ADECCO

Human resources management is becoming even more a key point for companies to address: the labor market is getting tougher, with high labor costs, law protection to the employee and speed of information. A country like China, that used to be for years the "manufacturer of the world" has now a highly protective labor law and rising costs. The knowledge of HR management and related taxation is essential for companies, together with the knowledge of tax planning and an effective fiscal management.

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[Article] The fall of Chinese stock markets and the devaluation of the Renminbi: the influence of the Cinese Government on China's economy (L. Riccardi)

From the stock purchases conducted in the stock markets through specialized financial intermediaries to the devaluation of Renminbi in order to sustain exports: the Chinese Government interventions, aimed at saving the stock market from the panic selling of the last weeks and at substaining China's weak growth, are shaping the actions of all local and foreign investors.

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[Article] Why to invest in Indonesia (L. Riccardi, G. Riccardi)

IPSOA, Fiscalità e Commercio Internazionale

Indonesia's country prospect - Indonesia is always been a country characterized by a good political and financial stability, and the GDP growth rate is one of the highest in the world. An analysis of the country's strenghts and weaknesses and the industries and sectors for which the investment in Indonesia is a good opportunity.

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Investing in China Through FTZs - new book


We are pleased to present “Investing in China Through Free Trade Zones”, a new book by Lorenzo Riccardi edited by Springer.

the book

This book introduces the concept and development of Free Trade Zones that China has launched to re-boost its economy and attract foreign investors. The Pilot Free Trade Zone was established in September 2013 in Shanghai by the The Chinese State Council with the specific purpose to transform China into an open economy and to seek new challenges for growth opportunities.


The chapters analyse the evolution of different kind of special zones, bonded ports and logistic zones in China during the years. The country has in fact developed a number of special and free-trade zones but the new Pilot Shanghai FTZ includes all previous privileges, promoting the area as perfect hub for the Asia-Pacific region.




The guide examines in depth the economic, strategic and political effects of Chinese economic and financial reforms. The results of the analysis are further clarified by comparing Shanghai with other asian hub-cities: Singapore and Hong Kong. 

This publication focuses also on other changes that the central Chinese government of Beijing is planning to implement in the whole country and represents a valuable business guide for appraising new opportunities in the most promising sectors for business enterprises in China.

  • Hardcover: 234 pages
  • Publisher: Springer
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 3662473534


The book can be purchased on any online books shop: http://www.amazon.com/Investing-China-through-Trade-Zones/dp/3662473534/ref=sr_1_4?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1443346642&sr=1-4


or contacting RsA Asia: Questo indirizzo email è protetto dagli spambots. È necessario abilitare JavaScript per vederlo. / www.rsa-tax.com



the author



Lorenzo Riccardi teaches Chinese Taxation at Xian Jiao Tong-Liverpool University, he has also taught Asian taxation at Pecking University, Tongji University, Shanghai Jiao Tong and Hult Business School. He is a certificate public accountant, specialised in international taxation and is the author of articles and essays on issues of various kinds related to foreign investment in East Asia. He lives and works in Shanghai, where he is the managing partner of RsA Asia, a consulting firm focusing on foreign investment in China and South East Asia.

He is an auditor and board member of several companies. He is Director of China-Italy Chamber of Commerce. Questo indirizzo email è protetto dagli spambots. È necessario abilitare JavaScript per vederlo.



He also published: Gli investimenti in Asia Orientale (Maggioli 2014), China Tax Law and International Treaties (Springer 2013), Vietnam Tax Guide (Springer 2012), Guida alla fiscalità di Cina, India e Vietnam (Il Sole24 Ore 2011)

Investing in China Through Free Trade Zones (new book)

We are pleased to present “Investing in China Through Free Trade Zones”, a new book by Lorenzo Riccardi edited by Springer.

the book


This book introduces the concept and development of Free Trade Zones that China has launched to re-boost its economy and attract foreign investors. The Pilot Free Trade Zone was established in September 2013 in Shanghai by the The Chinese State Council with the specific purpose to transform China into an open economy and to seek new challenges for growth opportunities.




The chapters analyse the evolution of different kind of special zones, bonded ports and logistic zones in China during the years. The country has in fact developed a number of special and free-trade zones but the new Pilot Shanghai FTZ includes all previous privileges, promoting the area as perfect hub for the Asia-Pacific region.




The guide examines in depth the economic, strategic and political effects of Chinese economic and financial reforms. The results of the analysis are further clarified by comparing Shanghai with other asian hub-cities: Singapore and Hong Kong. 

This publication focuses also on other changes that the central Chinese government of Beijing is planning to implement in the whole country and represents a valuable business guide for appraising new opportunities in the most promising sectors for business enterprises in China.


  • Hardcover: 234 pages
  • Publisher: Springer
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 3662473534


The book can be purchased on any online books shop: http://www.amazon.com/Investing-China-through-Trade-Zones/dp/3662473534/ref=sr_1_4?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1443346642&sr=1-4




or contacting RsA Asia: Questo indirizzo email è protetto dagli spambots. È necessario abilitare JavaScript per vederlo. / www.rsa-tax.com



the author


Lorenzo Riccardi teaches Chinese Taxation at Xian Jiao Tong-Liverpool University, he has also taught Asian taxation at Pecking University, Tongji University, Shanghai Jiao Tong and Hult Business School. He is a certificate public accountant, specialised in international taxation and is the author of articles and essays on issues of various kinds related to foreign investment in East Asia. He lives and works in Shanghai, where he is the managing partner of RsA Asia, a consulting firm focusing on foreign investment in China and South East Asia.

He is an auditor and board member of several companies. He is Director of China-Italy Chamber of Commerce. Questo indirizzo email è protetto dagli spambots. È necessario abilitare JavaScript per vederlo.







He also published: Gli investimenti in Asia Orientale (Maggioli 2014), China Tax Law and International Treaties (Springer 2013), Vietnam Tax Guide (Springer 2012), Guida alla fiscalità di Cina, India e Vietnam (Il Sole24 Ore 2011)

Investing in China Through Free Trade Zones (new book)

We are pleased to present “Investing in China Through Free Trade Zones”, a new book by Lorenzo Riccardi edited by Springer.




the book




This book introduces the concept and development of Free Trade Zones that China has launched to re-boost its economy and attract foreign investors. The Pilot Free Trade Zone was established in September 2013 in Shanghai by the The Chinese State Council with the specific purpose to transform China into an open economy and to seek new challenges for growth opportunities.




The chapters analyse the evolution of different kind of special zones, bonded ports and logistic zones in China during the years. The country has in fact developed a number of special and free-trade zones but the new Pilot Shanghai FTZ includes all previous privileges, promoting the area as perfect hub for the Asia-Pacific region.




The guide examines in depth the economic, strategic and political effects of Chinese economic and financial reforms. The results of the analysis are further clarified by comparing Shanghai with other asian hub-cities: Singapore and Hong Kong. 

This publication focuses also on other changes that the central Chinese government of Beijing is planning to implement in the whole country and represents a valuable business guide for appraising new opportunities in the most promising sectors for business enterprises in China.













  • Hardcover: 234 pages
  • Publisher: Springer
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 3662473534



The book can be purchased on any online books shop: http://www.amazon.com/Investing-China-through-Trade-Zones/dp/3662473534/ref=sr_1_4?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1443346642&sr=1-4




or contacting RsA Asia: Questo indirizzo email è protetto dagli spambots. È necessario abilitare JavaScript per vederlo. / www.rsa-tax.com







the author




Lorenzo Riccardi teaches Chinese Taxation at Xian Jiao Tong-Liverpool University, he has also taught Asian taxation at Pecking University, Tongji University, Shanghai Jiao Tong and Hult Business School. He is a certificate public accountant, specialised in international taxation and is the author of articles and essays on issues of various kinds related to foreign investment in East Asia. He lives and works in Shanghai, where he is the managing partner of RsA Asia, a consulting firm focusing on foreign investment in China and South East Asia.

He is an auditor and board member of several companies. He is Director of China-Italy Chamber of Commerce. Questo indirizzo email è protetto dagli spambots. È necessario abilitare JavaScript per vederlo.







He also published: Gli investimenti in Asia Orientale (Maggioli 2014), China Tax Law and International Treaties (Springer 2013), Vietnam Tax Guide (Springer 2012), Guida alla fiscalità di Cina, India e Vietnam (Il Sole24 Ore 2011)