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 Revenues from the Sale of State-Owned Land Use Rights Are Transferred to Tax Authorities for Collection
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Category:Legislative Updates  
Subject:Fiscal policy and taxation  
Keywords:state-owned land use rights;  collection
Source:Pkulaw
Publish Date:06-10-2021
 
On June 4, 2021, the Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Natural Resources, the State Taxation Administration, and the People's Bank of China jointly issued the Notice on Transferring the Functions of Collecting Non-Tax Government Revenues including Revenues from State-Owned Land Use Rights, Exclusive Revenues from Mineral Resources, Royalties for Using Sea Areas, and Use Fees for Uninhabited Islands to Tax Authorities.
Tax authorities will be designated to collect these non-tax government revenues. Since July 1, 2021, the pilot program for the transfer of functions of collecting duties will be carried out on the basis of a province (region, city) in Hebei, Inner Mongolia, Shanghai, Zhejiang, Anhui, Qingdao, and Yunnan, etc. (autonomous regions, municipalities directly under the Central Government, and the cities specially designated in the state plan). From January 1, 2022, the program will be implemented comprehensively across the country. Tax authorities are required to collect these non-tax government revenues under the territorial principle. After the functions are transferred, the Beijing Municipal Taxation Bureau of the State Administration of Taxation should be delegated to collect the exclusive revenues from mineral resources, royalties for using sea areas, and use fees for uninhabited islands, which were originally in the charge of the Ministry of Natural Resources (the same level). Furthermore, the Notice points out that tax authorities should settle down the collection procedures after the step-by-step consultation with the Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Natural Resources, and the People's Bank of China, so as to streamline the handling procedures and continuously improve tax collection efficiency at reduced costs.
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