is a senior associate with over seven years’ experience providing advisory services in relation to PRC tax and international tax. Linlin specialises in advising on PRC tax-related matters, including domestic and cross-border restructuring and acquisition, establishment, operation and exit of VIE and red-chip structures, asset-backed securitisation projects, tax planning for cross-border transactions or investment, application of tax treaties, application of domestic tax incentives, etc. She also assists clients with resolving tax dispute cases and conducting tax due diligence. Linlin is licensed to practise law in the PRC.
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