In this issue:
- Duties and Liabilities of Key Positions in a Foreign-Invested Enterprise
- Legal Representative Liabilities
- Individual Income Tax Liabilities for Senior Management Positions
Deciding who should fill the key roles in a foreign-invested enterprise (FIE) in China is often a source of significant hesitation. Many businessmen simply want to know what they’re getting themselves into before signing on any dotted lines. What responsibilities and what potential legal liabilities are they taking on?
Stories of expats having their name added to the Administration of Industry and Commerce (AIC) “blacklist,” or being “trapped in China” for company legal proceedings encourage a careful consideration of key positions in an FIE.
Managing a business in China can hold legal responsibilities. In this issue we detail in full the implications of managing a business in China and the issues for the expatriate manager to be aware of.