Investors seeking a competitive edge have many reasons to move their business. We discuss what factors influence the decision to relocate in China.
China’s new negative list consolidates prohibitions and licensing requirements that will apply to both domestic and foreign companies across the country.
Hong Kong’s Companies (Amendment) Ordinance 2018 introduces new requirements for registering significant controllers.
A Representative Office is an attractive way for foreign investors to enter the Chinese market. It differs from the other company structures in that it does not form its own separate legal entity but presents some clear advantages in that it is easy to set up and has no capital requirements.
New laws, regulatory changes, and tariff revisions affecting business and trade in China will come into effect on January 1, 2019.
In our final and third article in this series, we dig deeper on the most effective due diligence strategies to protect your China business from fraud and other risks.
The latest issue of China Briefing Magazine, Relocating Your China Business, is available for download from the Asia Briefing Publication Store.
We discuss five key strategies that foreign businesses should implement to limit their exposure to fraud in China.