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Setting up a Representative Office in China


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.

2012 Annual Legal / Tax Documentation Renewals Due


Dec. 28 – As the yearend is approaching, foreign-invested businesses in China should begin thinking about preparing for the annual cooperative examination that takes place each year between March 1 and June 30. The procedure can be undertaken by the foreign business itself or by its local agency after the annual audit of the enterprise […]

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