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How to Repatriate Profits from China

Published: October 2018

Repatriating profits from China has long been a complicated and challenging issue for foreign businesses with subsidiaries in the country. China has a notoriously strict system of foreign exchange controls, which tightly restrict the flow of capital into and out of the Middle Kingdom – creating a headache for foreign investors looking to remit profits overseas. In this edition of China Briefing magazine, we offer foreign investors a guide to managing the repatriation process.


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An Introduction to Doing Business in China 2018-19

Published: October 2018

Doing Business in China 2018-19 is designed to introduce the fundamentals of investing in China. Compiled by the professionals at Dezan Shira & Associates in September 2018, 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.


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HR Management Tools for China

Published: July 2018

Rapidly rising labor costs are almost universally considered one of the biggest challenges of doing business in China. In this issue of China Briefing magazine, we take a closer look at these labor-related issues in China. We begin by comparing labor costs across China, and look at ways foreign investors can optimize expenses. Then, we explain how to create an HR strategy for relocating a business in China. Next, we look at why businesses are beginning to automate HR and payroll processing, before considering at what stage businesses should adopt ERP systems.


Tax, Accounting and Audit in China 2018 (10th Edition)

Published: June 2018

This edition of Tax, Accounting, and Audit in China, updated for 2018, offers a comprehensive overview of the major taxes foreign investors are likely to encounter when establishing or operating a business in China, as well as other tax-relevant obligations. This concise, detailed, yet pragmatic guide is ideal for CFOs, compliance officers and heads of accounting who must navigate the complex tax and accounting landscape in China in order to effectively manage and strategically plan their China operations. The Guanghua School of Management, Peking University – a top university in China – has used the Guide as course reference material.


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How to Manage Transfer Pricing in China

Published: May 2018

Countries across Asia have been amending their transfer pricing legislation to come into alignment with the OECD/G20 Action Plan for Tax Base Erosion and Profit Transfer Projects – or the BEPS Action Plan – since it was unveiled in 2015. China and the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region are no exceptions to this trend. In this issue of China Briefing magazine, we offer foreign investors a practical guide to navigating the new transfer pricing regime in China as well as an introduction to major changes happening in Hong Kong.


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Cross Border e-Commerce in China

Published: March 2018

While cross border e-commerce (CBEC) is an attractive channel for foreign businesses to sell to China, misunderstandings over how CBEC in China works frequently end in costly disappointments and retreats from the market. In this issue of China Briefing magazine, we offer foreign investors a practical guide to selling to China through CBEC. We begin by introducing the market landscape, before diving in to the sector’s legal and regulatory framework. We then compare the advantages and disadvantages of different CBEC business models. Finally, we consider how to protect intellectual property in China when selling online.


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Les Prix de Transfert en Chine: une Année de Nouvelles Règlementations

Published: January 2018

Dans ce numéro de China Briefing, nous avons décidé de nous consacrer à l’étude des nouvelles réglementations concernant les prix de transfert en Chine. En effet, les prix de transfert sont rapidement devenus l’une des problématiques clé dans le domaine de la fiscalité internationale. Essentiellement, cette pratique affecte les prix encourus lors de transactions interentreprises entre des entités appartenant à des juridictions fiscalement distinctes. Compte tenu du fait que ces transactions peuvent être utilisées pour transférer des fonds au sein même d’une multinationale, les prix de transfert sont un moyen efficace de gérer les flux trésoriers et le versement des bénéfices.


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Nuevas consideraciones al establecer una WFOE en China en 2017

Published: January 2018

En este número de China Briefing se guía al lector a través de una variedad de temas, desde las razones detrás de la preferencia de los inversores extranjeros por la WFOE como modelo de inversión, hasta la gestión de las nuevas regulaciones de China. Se discute cómo las transformaciones económicas han favorecido a la WFOE, así como la utilidad del modelo de inversión, y se detalla los requisitos clave que los empresarios deben examinar antes de iniciar el proceso de configuración de una WFOE. Después se guía a los inversores a través del proceso de establecimiento de la WFOE y, finalmente, explicamos la nueva e idiosincrásica regla de la “Persona en control de facto”.


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China Industries Outlook 2018

Published: December 2017

In China’s new era, socioeconomic issues such as a rapidly aging society, an uneasy transition towards a knowledge-based economy, and a highly polluted environment are becoming more important than relentless economic growth and expansion. And foreign investment into China must adapt to respond to these new priorities. In this issue of China Briefing magazine, we analyze macro-level foreign investment trends into China, and how the high-tech sector stands out above others. We then shift our focus to China’s healthcare sector in the context of policy reforms and demographic changes. We also examine how to invest in China’s education industry and how China’s war on pollution introduces new opportunities for foreign investors.


Establishing & Operating a Business in China 2018

Published: December 2017

China’s foreign investment landscaped changed significantly in 2017, where strategic investors will find that their options have broadened significantly. Establishing and Operating a Business in China 2018 is designed to explore the establishment procedures for the Representative Office (RO), and two types of Limited Liability Companies – the Wholly Foreign-owned Enterprise (WFOE) and the Sino-foreign Joint Venture (JV) – along with related business considerations that decision-makers should examine at the pre-investment, setup, and operational stages of the expansion cycle.



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