30th September 2016
Establishing a business in China is not as straightforward as most overseas investors into China initially anticipate and the process comes with its own unique challenges and complexities. Understanding the corporate environment is vital and to do so, investors need a clear understanding of their business model as well as the ever-changing body of governmental regulations.
Multiple government bodies are involved in the process and the overall procedure can take anywhere from two to even as long as nine months depending on the type of entity that needs to be established and proper compliance with the procedural elements being met.
In this white paper, Dickson Leung gives an overview of the key benefits of setting up a business in China, whether it is setting up a Wholly Foreign Owned Enterprise (“WFOE”) or a Joint Venture (“JV”).
A member of MGI Asia, Dickson Leung is Senior Partner at LehmanBrown International Accountants with office locations in Beijing, Guangzhou, Hong Kong, Macau, Shanghai, Shenzhen and Tianjin, China; he is also North Asia Circle Leader for MGI Asia.
DOWNLOAD THE GUIDE FOR ESTABLISHING BUSINESS IN CHINA HERE
For more information contact Dickson Leung at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their MGI Worldwide member profile page HERE.
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