Business

China: Still challenging, still promising! Part 2

Part two – Market openness increasing, limited trade war effects In this two-part article series, we are discussing the results of five business climate surveys, completed by the German, EU, Benelux, US, and UK Chambers of Commerce in China. In part...

Business Climate Survey Analysis: Part 1

China’s business climate perceived as challenging, yet promising Every year, many international Chambers of Commerce in China conduct surveys among their members, to understand how businesses feel operating within this market. From the Chambers’ per...
GDPR tracker

Ecovis recommends: The GDPR Enforcement Tracker

GDPR Regulations The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) entered into force in May 2018. Since then, it has caused quite a few waves in the business world. For the first time in history, all EU member states have unified rules that businesses ...

German SMEs and the Trade War between the US and China

German-Chinese Trade There is no country as important to German enterprises as the Middle Kingdom: In 2018, the two countries reached a trade volume of EUR 199 billion Euro (USD 225 billion) – making China Germany‘s biggest trade partner for the thi...

Ecovis at the DCW seminar: Starting a business in Germany

On July 3, 2019, the German-Chinese Business Network hosted a full-day seminar for Chinese investors and entrepreneurs in Krefeld. ECOVIS contributed a presentation on "Setting a business in Germany". After a welcome address by Krefeld´s mayor, Ms. Z...

DCW Seminar: Business Formation in Germany

On July 3, 2019, DCW (Deutsch-Chinesische Wirtschaftsvereinigung e.V.), NRW.Invest and the Wirtschaftsfoerderung Krefeld are organising a seminar in Krefeld for Chinese investors and entrepreneurs. The seminar informs Chinese investors on the legal a...
VAt

Ultimate VAT guide for selling through online marketplace in Germany – Part 1

Germany's liability regulations for online marketplaces In the past years, thousands of vendors that are selling on marketplaces like Amazon or eBay, many of which are from China are not paying their VAT on the sale of in EU. The EU estimates that...

Case Study: Internal Control Review for subsidiaries in China

What is an Internal Control Review (ICR)? The goal of an ICR is answering to the question whether an internal control is established and sufficiently executed in a company. The main emphasis herein relies on the specific management and control proc...

Ecovis Beijing: Upcoming cooperations with CCPIT

  ECOVIS Beijing has already worked successfully with CCPIT (China Council for the Promotion of International Trade) in the past. After today's business meeting with lawback (backed up by CCPIT) at ECOVIS Beijing, lawback and ECOVIS Beijin...
Manuela Reintgen, UCLA Anderson, Beijing

Ecovis at American Business University’s panel discussion in Beijing

On Friday, 6th of July 2015, Manuela Reintgen, Senior Business Development Manager at Ecovis Beijing, was invited to speak in a panel discussion on the topic: business prospects and risks in China. With keen interest and curious minds, the group of a...