HK company with bank in Taiwan

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HK company with bank in Taiwan

Postby jamesalthans » 13 Jun 2012, 13:07

I have heard it is possible for companies registered in Hong Kong to have a bank account based in Taiwan (HSBC) linked to the company. Does anyone know if this is definitely possible? If so, and assuming the company has a rep office in Taiwan, would revenue earned from mainland China, paid into the HSBC account in Taiwan be subject to any tax in Taiwan?
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