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.
China’s education market is opening up to foreign investment in non-academic training-related services, which feature high on spending by Chinese students.
Foreign travelers have several options for transit visa exemptions when traveling through China between two different countries, including 24, 72, or 144 hour transit visa exemptions.
In this week’s China Outbound, we look at investment opportunities in the Philippines, GST updates from India, and hiring mid-level managers in Vietnam.
New laws, regulatory changes, and tariff revisions affecting business and trade in China will come into effect on January 1, 2019.
China’s State Council has announced incentives to encourage firms to avoid layoffs as the government looks to head off employment “uncertainty”.
Workers in Hong Kong will enjoy 17 public holidays in 2019. This article outlines Hong Kong’s official holiday schedule for 2019.
The US and China have been locked in a trade battle since July, and the impacts are beginning to be felt. In this article, we look at how China is responding to the trade war.