New 2011 ‘Doing Business in China’ Book Published

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Dec. 8 – China Briefing has just produced our new, 156 page, 2011 Guide to Doing Business in China. It is the definitive introduction to the second largest economy in the world, providing a thorough and in-depth analysis of China, its history, key demographics and overviews of the major cities, provinces and autonomous regions, highlighting national business opportunities and infrastructure in each area.

A comprehensive guide to investing in China is also included with information on foreign direct investment laws and taxes, regulatory and investment expectations for 2011, business establishment procedures, economic zone information and labor costs and tax considerations, plus a comparison of these with 19 other Asian countries.

Included in this book

  • An Introduction to China
  • Key Facts, Figures and Demographics for All of China’s Provinces and Major Cities
  • Updated Trade Statistics and Demographics
  • China’s Future Trends For 2011
  • China and Emerging Asia Costs and Taxes Compared
  • Establishing RO, WFOE, FICE and JVs
  • Using Hong Kong Incorporations for Holding Mainland China Businesses
  • A Complete Introduction to China’s Business Taxes
  • A Geographic Overview of Development Zones and Investment Incentives in China

This fully updated, important investment manual is available NOW in downloadable pdf format from the Asia Briefing Bookstore, priced at US$40.