Doing Business in China 2015 is designed to introduce the fundamentals of investing in China. Compiled by the professionals at Dezan Shira & Associates, this comprehensive guide is ideal not only for businesses looking to enter the Chinese market, but also for companies who already have a presence here and want to keep up-to-date with the most recent and relevant policy changes.
Now the world’s second largest economy and long since the most populous nation on earth, China offers enormous opportunities for foreign companies, both as a manufacturing labor pool and increasingly, as a consumer market of seemingly endless potential.
Doing Business in China 2015 covers the following:
- Establishing and Running a Business
- Tax, Audit and Accounting
- Human Resources and Payroll
Within these chapters, we discuss a range of different topics that affect doing business in China, including investment models, intellectual property considerations, key taxes applicable for foreign companies, and various types of employment contracts. In addition, we examine how a foreign entity can convert its representative office (RO) into a wholly foreign-owned enterprise (WFOE), and discuss how to legally terminate an employee in China.