The May-June and July issues of Taxation in G20 Members, a journal of the Taxation Science Research Institute at State Administration of Taxation (SAT) of China, were published lately. It is noteworthy that all the translation and compilation for the issues were undertaken by SIP Tax Bureau, one of the country’s five “Bases for Translating and Studying International Tax Documents” designated by SAT in June.
The journal, featuring translations of overseas website articles, was first published in January to help the readers across the country’s taxation system know better about tax policies, schemes and trends in different countries and regions and provide reference for government decision making concerning tax issues. The five “Bases for Translating and Studying International Tax Documents” take turns to do the translation and compilation for it.
It is learnt that SIP Tax Bureau collected over 150 articles in English and translated and revised them into over 110 articles in Chinese over a two-month period. Most of the data come from the latest online publications of the World Bank, International Monetary Fund, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development and other authoritative organizations.
November 5, 2019