Lehman Brown has released its latest insight on ‘Establishing a Business in China.’
Establishing a business in China is not as straightforward as most overseas investors initially anticipate and the process comes with its own unique challenges and complexities. Multiple government bodies are involved in the process and the overall procedure can take anywhere from two to even as long as nine months depending on the type of entity that needs to be established and proper compliance with the procedural elements being met.
So what does this mean for a foreign company who wants to do business to China? This article assess the different types of enterprise a foreign company can have in China and the criteria that must be met for success.
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