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Joint Ventures Back in Vogue for Accessing China’s Central Regions

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Local knowledge sought out when investing for new market penetration in inland and western regions Op-Ed Commentary: Chris Devonshire-Ellis Jul. 18 – A growing trend in China is the desire for MNCs to look at China’s central and western regions for market development and growth, as these areas provide the surest bet of securing high […]

Injecting Machinery and IP into China as Registered Capital

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All foreign investors know that setting up in China requires capital. What is less well-known in the case of establishing wholly foreign-owned enterprises and joint ventures is the recognition that not all of the registered capital requirement needs to be in cash. In fact, up to 70 percent of it can be injected in the form of alternative assets such as plant and machinery, intellectual property, and so on.

How Much Does it Cost to Set Up a WFOE in China?

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“I have spoken to many lawyers and they are all quoting something different” Op-Ed Commentary: Chris Devonshire-Ellis Nov. 15 – Our firm, Dezan Shira & Associates, has been involved with legal establishment and tax work in China for nearly 20 years. In fact, the practice’s 20th birthday is November next year, so we’ll be having […]

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