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An Introduction to Doing Business in China 2017

Published: January 2017

Doing Business in China 2017 is designed to introduce the fundamentals of investing in China. Compiled by the professionals at Dezan Shira & Associates in January 2017, 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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An Introduction to Doing Business in Hong Kong 2017

Published: January 2017

Doing Business in Hong Kong 2017 is designed to introduce the fundamentals of investing in Hong Kong. Compiled by the professionals at Dezan Shira & Associates, this comprehensive guide is ideal not only for businesses looking to enter the Hong Kong market, but also for companies that already have a presence here and want to keep up-to-date with the most recent and relevant policy changes.


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Transfer Pricing in China

Published: January 2016

When a business transaction occurs between businesses that are controlled by the same entity, the price is not determined by market forces, but by the entity controlling the two businesses. This is called transfer pricing. Such transactions can serve as a tool for finance and tax planning. For instance, China's foreign currency control regulations only allow one dividend issuance to a foreign entity a year. Moving funds out of China by using inter-company transactions can then offer a solution. In this report on transfer pricing, we discuss what types of transactions foreign investors can use to shifts funds in this way.


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Company Deregistration in China

Published: November 2015

Closing down a company requires both time and cost – simply walking away might seemingly save the investor these expenses in the short term. However, for investors with a future perspective on doing business in China or looking to close potentially significant liabilities, deregistering properly will pay off in the long term. With the option of doing future business in China at stake, it is beneficial for a company to carry out its deregistration in the prescribed manner. This report provides a step-by-step guide to the deregistration process.


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Upgrading Your China Business

Published: July 2015

Representative Offices in China are not permitted to trade and cannot have their own import-export licenses. In this report we discuss why foreign companies in China increasingly choose to move away from Representative Offices (ROs) and open up Wholly Foreign-owned Enterprises (WFOEs) and Foreign Invested Commercial Enterprises (FICE) that permit them to import and export directly, sell to China, and claim back VAT and other expenses. If you considering upgrading to full buying and selling status in China, or looking at changing your RO to a WFOE or FICE, this report is for you.



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