Change of legal representative

Every enterprise established in China, whether it is domestic or foreign-funded, must have a legal representative. He / She is the principal person in charge of the company, an employee who is empowered to execute the company's legal rights and obligations in accordance with the law or the company's articles of association and represents the company in assuming binding obligations.
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Business License Extension

+886-2-2557-5607 Contents China News The negative list for China’s foreign investment access has been further reduced China’s Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement will come into force on January 1, 2022 China’s small-scale taxpayers exempt from VAT in 2022 China no longer classifies foreign-funded enterprises in the form of Sino-foreign joint ventures and cooperation. Contact us […]
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The Foreign-Owned Factory in China

Wholly foreign-owned enterprises (WFOEs) refer to companies, enterprises, other economic organizations, or individuals from foreign countries that establish enterprises in China (such as Shanghai, Shenzhen, Xiamen) in accordance with Chinese laws, and whose entire capital is invested by foreign investors in mainland China.
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Foreign Representative Office In China

The company helps customers set up representative offices (offices) in Shanghai, Hangzhou, Suzhou, Shenzhen, Xiamen, Kunshan and other places in China. Representative offices in the mainland cannot engage in direct business activities in the mainland, that is, they cannot sign commercial contracts...
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China capital increase

Company capital increase, also known as company capital augmentation, refers to the act of increasing the registered capital of a company in mainland China to expand its business scope, improve its creditworthiness, and increase its credibility. If a client wishes to apply for a company capital increase and change in areas such as Shanghai, Suzhou, Hangzhou, Shenzhen, Xiamen, etc., they can first consult with a professional agency.
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Branches in China

Registering a branch office or subsidiary in Shanghai, Suzhou, Hangzhou, Shenzhen, Dongguan, or Xiamen in mainland China involves setting up a non-independent legal entity that operates as a branch of the parent company.
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Business Scope in China

If investors want to set up a company in China and choose to do so in the free trade zones in Shanghai, Shenzhen, or Xiamen, they need to be aware that there are certain areas where they can apply for changes in their business scope. If they want to set up a company or change their business scope in the free trade zones in Shanghai, Shenzhen, or Xiamen, they can first consult with a professional agency.
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Change of company address

Change of company address All companies registered in China must provide a physical address in mainland China that meets the registration requirements. If a business needs to change its registered address, there are a number of specific requirements that must be met for a smooth change. A company’s business address is part of its core […]
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Application for Patent Registration in China

Application for Patent Registration in China Content China News The negative list for China’s foreign investment access has been further reduced China’s Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement will come into force on January 1, 2022 China’s small-scale taxpayers exempt from VAT in 2022 China no longer classifies foreign-funded enterprises in the form of Sino-foreign joint […]
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