News

Service Hotline: Mo to Fr 9am-6pm (CST) +86 10 6561 6609

Blog

To counteract capital flight, Chinese authorities have started to implement a variety of new regulations. One of the latest addition is an instruction to Chinese banks to limit the amount of profit, which foreign companies can remit to their overseas shareholders. The European Chamber of commerce already received a handful of reports of companies facing difficulties transferring money.

Read more...

On 2 November 2016, a new robot certification mark was published jointly by China’s National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine(AQSIQ), the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology(MIIT), and the Certification and Accreditation Administration(CNCA). At the same time the first amount of these robot certificates was given out.

Read more...

Financial technology is more and more intervening in the marketplace of traditional financial institutions. Its companies consist of startups and major finance- and technology companies trying to replace and refine the usage of financial services of established players.

Read more...

China’s Renminbi joins the U.S. Dollar, Euro, Yen, and the British Pound in the SDR (Special Drawing Rights) basket as the fifth currency with a weight of 10.92%! This is a historic milestone for the IMF, SDR, and China, and “the first time” in history that the SDR basket is expanded.

Read more...

Five Insurances in China

China’s social security law was promulgated by the central government but its administration and specific details are governed by local authorities. For example, employer and employee contribution rates and caps for each benefit vary according to local jurisdiction and are subject to annual changes and reforms. 

Read more...

Chosing the right legal form for your company in China is crucial. ECOVIS Beijing explains the main differences and respective advantages and drawbacks.

Read more...

Subcategories

Events

NEWSLETTER

Newsletter

 

 

ECOVIS Beijing - international professionalism at your fingertips

ECOVIS is an internationally active consulting firm, specialized on accounting, audit, tax and legal advisory for SMEs, that employs more than 4,500 people in over 56 countries. At ECOVIS Beijing, our advisory activities are tailored to the requirements of internationally active enterprises who require tax advisors, accountants, auditors and lawyers in China. Working independently, objectively and absolutely reliably, we value mutual trust and long-term personal support in the partnerships with our clients above all. Because of our high quality standards and our commitment to long term customer satisfaction, ECOVIS Beijing is the trusted partner of several embassies and chambers of commerce in China. Not only do we assist your business in maneuvering China’s legal landscape, we will also help you setup the optimal tax structure. Our tax experts and legal advisors work together closely to ensure that our clients can reap the highest profits from our in-depth knowledge and always receive the newest updates first to adjust their business faster than others. At ECOVIS Beijing, we are proud to have a young, enthusiastic and fast-growing team of highly qualified lawyers, accountants, auditors, and consultants with international background that is fluent in English, Chinese or German. With several years of experience and profound practical knowledge we support our clients from China and overseas in every situation.

Business Hotline:

+86 10 6561 6609

Monday - Friday 9am - 6pm

China Standard Time

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

ECOVIS Beijing
Room 1105, No. 5 DRC Building, No. 19 Dongfang East Road, 

Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100600

 

 

China Desk in Heidelberg

Lenaustrasse 12, 69115 Heidelberg

Germany

Argentina
Australia
Austria 
Belgium 
Brazil 
Bulgaria 
China

Colombia

Croatia 

Cyprus 
Czech Republic
Denmark 
Estonia

Finland
France 
Germany

Greece

Hong Kong
Hungary
India 
Indonesia 
Ireland

Israel 
Italy  
Japan 

Latvia

Liechtenstein 

Lithuania
Luxembourg

Macedonia
Malaysia 
Malta 
Mexico

Netherlands 
New Zealand 
Poland 
Portugal

Qatar
Romania 
Russia 
Serbia

Singapore  
Slovakia 
Slovenia

South Africa

South Korea 
Spain 
Sweden

Switzerland

Taiwan

Thailand

Tunisia
Turkey
Ukraine  
United Kingdom

United States 
Uruguay