China’s Social Insurance System

How Does it Affect Expat Lives? China’s Social Insurance Law provides that foreigners working in the country are required to participate. In September 2011, the MHRSS further promulgated the Interim

The A to Z: Costs of a WFOE in China

The Taxman WFOEs are considered resident enterprises in China and, just as other domestic companies, their profits are subject to corporate income tax (CIT), which is generally 25 percent. Businesses

The Latest in Dongguan: Foreign Direct Investment News

Whether you have a company looking to expand into Dongguan or one that has been established for years, attention paid to changing regulatory procedures allows companies to avoid penalties and

Songshan Lake Development Zone: Districts and Investments Procedures

China’s first type of development zone was the special economic zone (SEZ), which was introduced in Shantou, Shenzhen, Xiamen and Zhuhai in 1979. The aim of introducing the SEZ was

Consumer Rights Protection: A Drafted Amendment for China

China’s Consumer Protection Law, published in 1993, has greatly contributed to the protection of consumer rights over the past two decades. However, since the country’s consumption patterns and structures have

Import and Export: China’s Licensing Framework

As China continues to grow, development is creating improved infrastructure and increased efficiencies that benefit suppliers, while higher disposable incomes across the country represent a potential boon for those targeting