This excerpt taken from the GPCB 20-F filed Jun 30, 2008.
Audit Fees are defined as the fees for standard audit work that needs to be performed each year in order to issue opinions on our consolidated financial statements and internal controls over financial reporting (the latter as of December 31, 2007), and to issue reports on local statutory financial statements. Also included are services that can only be provided by our auditor, such as auditing of nonrecurring transactions and implementation of new accounting policies, pre-issuance reviews of quarterly financial results, consents and comfort letters and any other audit services required for US Securities and Exchange Commission or other regulatory filings.
This excerpt taken from the GPCB 6-K filed Apr 3, 2006.
29. Audit fees
During 2005 the Company incurred expenses in the amount of 456,421 for services rendered by the Companys external auditor. The expenses consisted of year end audit fees of 376,904, fees for other assurance and valuation totaling 58,820, tax advisory fees of 8,560 and fees for other services totaling 12.137.