An Introduction to Doing Business in China

China is now experiencing a “second wave” of foreign investment – while the first wave was primarily from big multinationals, the second wave brings with it greater quantities of foreign investment from SMEs.
This Dezan Shira & Associates report introduces the fundamentals of investing in China and explains some common questions investors would like to ask, including,
  • Establishing and Running a Business
What are my options for investment?
How do I establish a company?
How do I make changes to my company?
What do I need to keep in mind when doing business in China?
  • Tax and Accounting
What are China’s major taxes?
What are some of the key compliance requirements?
  •  Human Resources and Payroll
How do I hire staff/workers?

What major legal obligations does a company have for its staff/workers? 




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