Business in China

  • Chinese Business Visa
    Chinese Business Visa (F Visa) is issued to an alien who is invited to China for a visit, an investigation, a lecture, to do business, scientific-technological and culture exchanges, short-term advanced studies or internship for a period of no more than six months.Please submit the following documen...
  • Business Gift-Giving
    General GuidelinesIt is appropriate to bring a gift, particularly something representative of your town or region, to a business meeting or social event. A gift should always be wrapped, but avoid plain black or white paper because these are the colors of mourning.The Chinese will decline a gift thr...
  • Chances knock for Those Small Business in China
    For a lot of small and midsize companies in Europe and North America, the prospect of doing business in China may be daunting. In reality, because of their reluctance, such firms seem increasingly susceptible on many fronts: they're not simply forfeiting opportunities to sell goods and services in C...
  • Do you konw what kind of companies can be setted up in China?
    There are three different business incorporation vehicles which can be utilised to do business in China. These are:1. The utilisation of a representative office2. Seeking a Chinese joint venture partner3. Establishing a Wholly Foreign Owned Enterprise (WFOE)Representative Office (RO):A representativ...
  • Shanghai eyes bigger role in art auction market
    A bamboo-carved art work to be auctioned by Shanghai Auction Ltd on May 31 2013 in Shanghai.Shanghai hopes to grab a larger share of China's art auction market as it has welcomed in Christie's International auction house and has sped up developing its local auction houses.Shanghai Auction Ltd has st...
  • Life insurance telesales rules tighten
    China's insurance regulator has strengthened rules on telesales of life insurance products, a move welcomed by consumers who hope the new regulations will help better protect their personal information. Insurance salespeople can no longer dial a random number to promote their products, or make phone...
  • Notes on the Taxable Scope of Some Goods for VAT
    GSF 151 [1993]I. Staple foodsThis is the general term for all staple foods. This taxable scope covers wheat, rice, maize (corn), kaoliang, millets, soybeans and other food crops (barley, oats, etc.) and flour, husked rice, corn flour processed therefrom, but excluding re-processed food...
  • Law of the People's Republic of China on Chinese-Foreign Equity Joint Ventures
    (Adopted at the Second Session of the Fifth National People's Congress on July 1, 1979 and promulgated by Order No.7 of the Chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress on July 8, 1979; amended according to the Decision on Amending the Law of the People's Republic of Chin...
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