In this edition of China Outbound, we compare the operational costs in Vietnam and China’s Pearl River Delta, one of China’s key engines of growth and a magnet for foreign direct investment (FDI).
Exporting taxable services from China to foreign countries can either enjoy VAT exemption or a zero-rated tax rate. In this article, we explain the details of the VAT incentives offered to cross-border service providers, and give readers a general idea on how to be eligible for the tax breaks.
In this week’s China Regulatory Brief, we discuss the lifted restrictions on foreign investment into China’s real estate market, the minimum wage levels in Yunnan province, Shanghai’s local food safety law and the naming of healthcare products.
In recent years, China’s cosmetics industry has experienced dramatic growth. Expanding along with China’s economic upturn, the Middle Kingdom now has the world’s second largest cosmetics consumer market after the U.S. Find out opportunities and challenges for foreign investment in China’s cosmetics industry.
Except where the investor chooses to sell the company, a restructuring will mostly mean that employees will need to be laid off. The way employees are terminated, and the liabilities that the company has to incur, will differ depending on the situation.
In this article, we take a look at the operational costs and the procedures for website registration in China. Meanwhile, we also include the pros and cons of using a foreign website to sell directly to the Chinese market.