Chinese tax system has developed according to the economic growth of the country, beginning with the entry of China into the World Trade Organization (WTO). This new role as member of the international organization has forced China to build regulatory systems that enable it to provide stable administration of the country, even within the tax system. Main tax reform can be attributed to the March 16, 2007 enactment of the Enterprise Income Tax Law, which came into effect January 1, 2008. The different types of taxes can be classified into the following categories: Direct Tax (Individual Income Tax, Company Income Tax), Indirect Taxes (Value Added Tax, Business, Consumption Tax), Other Taxes (Stamp Duty, Deed Tax, Land VAT, Urban Real Estate Tax, Resource Tax), Custom duties on import/export of goods. China has also signed a significant number of tax treaties with different countries. This publication is a collection of main fiscal regulations and double tax treaties from China.