Our daily updates on the latest events as they occur, together with ongoing advisory on how best to manage your China business exposure during COVID-19.
We explain why setting up a branch office in Beijing is the best option for companies not registered in the city to meet the new social insurance compliance standards.
Individuals working in China – both Chinese and foreign – are required to pay individual income tax and social insurance on their earnings. Here, you can use our individual income tax and social insurance calculator to determine your tax obligations.
Opportunities in China’s F&B commerce, e-retail, and food supply chain integration make it one of the world’s most dynamic markets for foreign investors.
As Shenzhen SEZ marks 40 years of growth and innovation to transform into a megalopolis, more comprehensive pilot reforms are expected in the next five years.
IT compliance in China is complex and often requires foreign companies to invest in a localized IT setup.
Starting November 1, 2020, tax authorities will implement four measures to optimize China’s credit evaluation system for taxpayers.
Chris Devonshire-Ellis provides a recount of his time in Shenzhen in the early years of it being transformed into China’s very first special economic zone.