Hiring in China means not only writing an employment contract, it is a delicate process and firms must be aware of the differences between foreign and local employees. The labor law of 1995 and the labor contract law, which has been effective since 2008, are regulating employment relationships in China. In addition, the wording is sometimes confusing or vague, which increases the difficulty of correctly interpreting the law. In this brochure, we will summarize the most important have-to-knows and answer the most frequently asked questions for you
The worldwide Business-to-Customer (B2C) e-commerce sales reached a value of 1.5 trillion USD per year by now. As one of the fastest growing during recent years, this sector showed a steady annual increase of around 20%. Find out more in our e-commerce brochure here.
What do you need to succeed in one of the biggest economies in the world? Together with ECOVIS Ruide Shanghai, we created a comprehensive guide for doing business in China. The guide covers everything from the current business environment to the setup of your own company in China.
In China, companies frequently move their offices and production facilities. However, the process of moving operations is quite complex and a relocation has to be prepared carefully to minimize the strain on business. For whatever reason you want to move your offices, this free brochure will guide you through the process in 5 steps and illustrates the difficulties but also the opportunities it entails.
Setting up a company in China requires to decide with which legal form you want to enter the market. This depends on several factors including your business scope and your goals on the Chinese market.
Economic development zones are not entirely a Chinese invention. In numerous other countries around the world similar zones were established long before to promote the local economy and test structural reforms. However, much of the Chinese growth is owed to the expansion and use of development zones nationwide.
The year 2016 brought with it several changes for foreign companies in China. Stay up to date and compliant with our 2017 Compliance Special Edition!
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Hiring in China is a delicate process—firms must be aware of the differences between foreign and local hires. Hiring means not only writing an employment contract. It is strongly advised to write an extensive staff manual for legal and practical reasons.
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As a foreign business that generates income from China, you may be subject to taxes from both your home country and from China. Firms must be vigilent to minimize their tax losses and penaltieis and maximize tax benefits to operate efficiently.
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