Important points to remember when registering a company in China
As a foreign investor there are China Company registration guidelines that are provided by Chinese consultancy firms to assist you register a business entity in China. These regulations vary from city to city but there are those that are common in China.
In China company registration it is important to note that only Chinese names are used and that English names are used for reference purposes only. The registered capital for a business is related to the business sector. This means that the starting capital for say the manufacturing and service sectors is different. The laws and regulations procedures have to be followed to the letter. These include knowledge of contract and company law, administrative measures for foreign investors, and provisions for mergers and acquisitions, taxation and employee benefits.
Chinese consultancy firms provide a range of services to foreign firms entering the Chinese market and require China company registration. They provide highly qualified multi cultural staff who provide guidance on market entry and accounting and auditing procedures depending on the size of the business. This applies for a small SME or a big business, a family-owned business, or an entrepreneurship.
There are three recognized forms of China Company Registration available to foreign investors. These are Joint Venture (JV), Representative Office (Rep Office), and Wholly Foreign Owned Enterprises (WFOE). After the business entity has been registered the investor can seek to establish a virtual office which provides benefits similar to those of a permanent office without necessarily setting up one. For investors that want to enjoy a tax-effective solution with real trading and investments benefits then an offshore company will be suitable. Offshore companies have low setup and maintenance costs, have no accounting and auditing requirements, no capital gains tax, and have no stipulations about public access to information.
For a trademark registration certificate to be issued there are three main steps that are followed. Firstly, a comprehensive study is conducted for a maximum of two days. Upon successful completion a report is delivered by email to the client. The client can now request for a trademark registration certificate depending on the number of items they intend to produce and a fee that is applicable to both local and foreign companies is charged. The client needs to provide official documents so that this process can be completed successfully. These include a soft copy of the trademark, a list of products and services to be covered, and a business registration certificate among others.
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