China Briefing explains the different types of company chops in China, which are essential for business operations, and the need for strong internal controls to ensure they do not get misused.
China has introduced simplified deregistration procedures for certain types of enterprises to expedite their business closure and/or market exit.
China’s New Cosmetics Regulations will take effect January 1, 2021 and streamlines market-entry procedures while focusing on quality and safety standards.
We explain the step-by-step process for foreign investors who want to close their representative office in China while being compliant with the law.
A consolidated list of China’s supporting policies for businesses under the COVID-19 outbreak that offer critical tax, legal, and financial incentives.
China has reduced the number of measures restricting foreign investment in its two ‘Negative Lists’ for the fourth year in a row.
A WFOE company structure in China is subject to special attention during its closure procedure, involving more compliance steps than other business setups.
Companies in China may end their operations for various reasons. Investors need to follow proper procedures or they will get blacklisted by authorities.