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    Labor Case Study: Work Permit Compliance for Foreign Employees in China

    In China, foreigners are only allowed to work after they obtain an official work permit and residence permit. Failing to do so will result in a fine of up to RMB 20,000. Here, we present a case study that illustrates the risks of hiring a foreign worker without providing a work permit in China.

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    Case Study: Labor Contract Compliance in China

    In China, a company’s failure to have a labor contract in writing with an employee can result in paying the employee double wages each month. Here, we present a case study that illustrates the risks of hiring an HR manager without a written contract in China.

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    Labor Case Study: Social Insurance Contribution in China

    Is it legal for an employee to voluntarily give up their social insurance premium in China? In this article, we present a case study that illustrates the social insurance contribution process, and break down the relevant labor laws and regulations in China.

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    Case Study: Individual Income Tax Compliance

    As part of our mission to provide business intelligence on the tax issues of doing business in China, China Briefing presents a series of case studies based on the practical experience of professionals at Dezan Shira & Associates, this time focusing on individual income tax compliance.

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    Case Study: Commercial Contract Examination and Advisory in China

    As part of our mission to provide business intelligence on the legal and operational issues of doing business in China, China Briefing presents the next installment in a series of case studies based on the practical experience of Dezan Shira & Associates, this time focusing on commercial contract examination.

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    Labor Case Study: Terminating a Manager in China

    Firing managers is an especially complicated process in China that requires a thorough understanding of the country’s laws. In this article, we present a case study that illustrates how a successful termination can be made.

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    Case Study: Due Diligence in the Acquisition of a Chinese Company

    As part of our mission to provide business intelligence on the legal, tax and operational issues of doing business in China, China Briefing presents here the next installment in a series of case studies, based on the practical experience of Dezan Shira & Associates professionals in conducting due diligence.

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