While the concept behind relocating and expanding your China business is quite simple, the legal processes behind these transitions can vary largely in complexity. In this issue of China Briefing, titled Relocating or Expanding Your China Business, we discuss the variety of forms these processes can take.
Many foreign businesses in China do very well and are profitable. However, there will always be some that do not succeed commercially, or that may have to close because of external circumstances affecting their parent company overseas. In this article, we explain the procedures you would need to go through to close a foreign invested enterprise in China, and highlight the many related issues that you will need to address.
Keeping a business dormant in China is not a viable option Op-ed Commentary: Chris Devonshire-Ellis Oct. 4 – With a difficult and uncertain immediate outlook to the global economy, and China still yet to deliver on its latent promise of a buoyant domestic market, some businesses hoping to ride a mini China boom are finding […]