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A:Setting up a company in China seems to be a daunting task. If you don’t want to miss the world’s largest economy of 1.4 billion people, then we can help you deal with company issues in our one-stop service. We have already made many companies enter the Chinese market in a tremendous success, our service alleviates your unnecessary burden so that you can concentrate on exploit your business!

A: The cost depends on the company type, the scale of company and the industry. If you want a specific quotation, please contact us directly.

A: At least one of the shareholders is from a foreign country.

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  1. Registration for name verification
  2. China administration for industry and commerce pre-establishment application
  3. Official establishment registration of business operation in China
  4. Engraving seal
  5. Open bank account
  6. Open cooperate pass account
  7. Tax registration
  8. Open Handle Social Security Provident Fund Account

We take care of all the process above in our one-step service.

A: In china, the official name of a company consists of four parts: administrative region, designation name, industry characteristics and organizational form. The designation name includes two or more Chinese characters. Industrial characteristic includes the name of the products, business or industries such as trade, advertising, etc. Organizational form includes limited company, liability limited company, etc.

A:Once the company has been established for a full year, the company’s name can be changed.

After the company name changing, it is necessary to re-enroll the public security record and make corresponding changes in banking, taxation, and social security departments. If there is a trademark certificate, it also needs to be changed.

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  1. A branch company is a branch of the company. It has business qualifications but does not have legal personality, and cannot independently assume civil liabilities. Its civil liability is bared by the company that establishes the branch company. The name of the branch company has to set up branch name in front, followed by the name of the company plus a branch location;
  2. A certain amount of shares of a subsidiary are held and controlled by the parent company, but they have independent legal personality. Civil liability can be assumed independently and externally according to law, and the parent company is not liable for the debts of the subsidiary company. Subsidiaries can name themselves without adding the parent company’s name.

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  1. A branch company is a branch of the company. It has business qualifications but does not have legal personality, and cannot independently assume civil liabilities. Its civil liability is bared by the company that establishes the branch company. The name of the branch company has to set up branch name in front, followed by the name of the company plus a branch location;
  2. A certain amount of shares of a subsidiary are held and controlled by the parent company, but they have independent legal personality. Civil liability can be assumed independently and externally according to law, and the parent company is not liable for the debts of the subsidiary company. Subsidiaries can name themselves without adding the parent company’s name.

A: Registering a company in China requires an office and requires the provision of a lease agreement, a copy of the real estate license, and other related materials. If you haven’t decided where your office rental is, we can provide you with address registration first.

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  1. If the shareholder cannot pay, it will constitute a breach of contract with other shareholders and bear responsibility for breach of contract.
  2. If someone claims a claim from the company, the shareholder who fails to make a timely contribution shall bear the liability for repayment or compensation for the unfunded part.

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  1. If the company does not intend to continue to operate, it can directly deregistration or transfer.
  2. It is possible to extend the capital contribution period by amending the statutes; this method should be the most cost-saving, but it must be approved by all shareholders.
  3. find someone to help advance the capital, and the registered capital will actually  be paid.
  4. Shareholders who fail to timely contribute capital can be paid by other shareholders or transfer shares.
  5. Go to the Administration for Industrial and Commercial to handle the change of capital reduction.

A:After the new company law changed the registered capital to the subscription registration system, many people thought that the registered capital would be written in more numbers. In any case, there was no need to pay true fees to move 50 million to 100 million to show company strength. Please do note that subscription does not mean that you don’t have to pay! When the company comes to liquidates, The money need to be presented, and when company encountered debt disputes, the court will recover the paid-in capital for compensation.

A:After obtaining a business license, there is also a need for public security records, official seals, corporate seals, and financial seals. Meanwhile with tax registration (within 30 days of obtaining business license). Thirdly, open a bank account and apply for an “account opening license”.

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  1. Administration for commerce and Industry pre-filing.
  2. Newspaper billboardpublication.
  3. the municipal taxation cancellation application.
  4. the local tax bureau for cancellation.
  5. Administration for commerce and Industry cancellation fill submission.
  6. Social security cancellation
  7. Bank write-off cancellation.

The entire process of deregistration write-off the company is generally about 5 to 7 months.

A:The company law stipulates that an enterprise may not operate beyond the business scope of the business license, otherwise it will face a fine. Therefore, we must first determine the main operations to ensure that the company can legally operating these industries. If you are unsure whether to do the scope added, you can later go to the Administration for commerce and Industry to change the scope of your business.

A:For details, please refer to the Ministry of Commerce: Foreign Investment Restricted Industries (Industry Catalogue)

A:A branch company refers to a company that establishes a business activity outside its residence. Branches do not have corporate legal personality.

A:Setting up a company in China requires a legal representative. The legal representative may be Chinese or foreigner. However, the legal representative may be one of the shareholders, or it may be an appointment system (the position is the chairman, executive director or manager).

A:If a limited liability company has a board of directors, its members are three to thirteen. A limited liability company with a small number of shareholders or a relatively small company may have an executive director without a board of directors

A:A limited liability company with a small number of shareholders or a small scale may have one to two supervisors and no supervisory board. However, state-owned sole proprietorship companies must have supervisory boards.

A:Foreign-funded companies and (non-corporate) foreign-invested companies refer to: 1) Foreign-invested companies: including Sino-foreign joint ventures, Sino-foreign cooperation and foreign capital; 2) (non-companies) foreign-invested enterprises: mainly refer to Chinese-foreign cooperative non-corporate enterprises. Other types include: 1) Foreign-invested company branches; 2) Foreign-invested partnerships; 3) Foreign-invested partnerships, branches, etc.; 4) Foreign (regional) enterprises engaged in production and business activities in China: If contracted or accepted entrusted with the operation and management of foreign-invested enterprises, foreign banks set up branches in China, etc.

A:The qualification certificate or identity certificate of the foreign investor shall be notarized by the local notary public and certified by the Chinese embassy (consulate) in the country. If the country does not have diplomatic relations with China, it shall be certified by the third country that has diplomatic relations with China in the embassy (consulate) of the country, and then authenticated by the Chinese embassy (consulate) in the third country. The instruments issued by overseas territories in certain countries should first be notarized in the territories and then be certified by the country’s diplomatic agencies. Finally, the Chinese ambassador to the country’s embassy (consulate) will be certified. Certificates submitted by companies in Hong Kong or Macau should be notarized by the Chinese notary public in Hong Kong or Macau, and be verified and signed by China Legal Services (Hong Kong) Co., Ltd. or China Legal Service (Macao) Co., Ltd. The certification of the investors in the Taiwan region shall provide notarized documents of the notary public in accordance with the agreement.

A:In essence, a company limited by shares is only a special kind of limited liability company. As a result of the law, limited liability company shareholders can only be less than 50 people, which limits the company’s ability to raise funds. However, the company limited by shares overcomes this drawback by dividing the entire company’s registered capital into small-value stocks and allowing more shareholders to subscribe.

A:Although representative can not conduct any direct profit-making commercial activities, compared to companies with a certain scale, foreign companies have a lot of role in establishing offices. For example, firstly, foreign agents in China may cooperate with bonded warehouses or import-export companies for operations. Secondly, for precision equipment manufacturers in the mainland for after-sales service. Thirdly, the Taiwan trade importers and exporters who intend to enter the mainland market will cooperate with the mainland’s foreign trade import and export companies (similar to the Taiwan customs brokers) to complete the import and export actions. Basically setting up an office will have the function of a similar trading company. Lastly, intellectual property enterprises may authorize the use of their property rights on behalf of their parent company in China and have the ability to supervise the infringement of pirated copyrights.

In the process of applying for the establishment of an overseas representative office, the examination and approval authority of the Chinese government on the establishment of a foreign company office is relatively strict. Mainly from the establishment of the subject qualifications, location, chief representative or representative of the qualifications and credit status and other aspects of the review and restrictions.

A:Hong Kong companies are more liberal in their names, and some companies that are more difficult to register in China can be registered in Hong Kong, as long as they do not repeat it. Regardless of the size of the registered capital, the Hong Kong government allows the company name to include the words international, group, holding, industry, investment, college, association, center, foundation, institute, etc.; the company name can also be added in front of its favorite name, such as: France , the United States, Italy, Japan, Hong Kong, Shanghai, etc., can also use their own names and hometown names in the company name, fully reflects the individual.

In the process of applying for the establishment of an overseas representative office, the examination and approval authority of the Chinese government on the establishment of a foreign company office is relatively strict. Mainly from the establishment of the subject qualifications, location, chief representative or representative of the qualifications and credit status and other aspects of the review and restrictions.

A:Hong Kong is the most trade port in the world. The scope of business does not have much restrictions in principle. Companies can operate in any kind of business, such as: finance and investment, health care, shipping transport, import and export trade, real estate, construction, decoration, information networks, clothing and textiles, tourism, and cultural publishing; many small and medium enterprise owners are unclear what to write out the scope of business so that you will not limit the business you operate to a certain extent.

In the process of applying for the establishment of an overseas representative office, the examination and approval authority of the Chinese government on the establishment of a foreign company office is relatively strict. Mainly from the establishment of the subject qualifications, location, chief representative or representative of the qualifications and credit status and other aspects of the review and restrictions.

A:More than one shareholder who has reached the age of 18 can either be a Mainland citizen or overseas person with a passport or identity card. Registered address and limited company’s legal secretary.

A:In terms of taxation in Hong Kong, it is only once a year that taxes are reported. The question of how to charge fees depends on the actual situation of your company. Accounting and auditing costs are determined based on the size of the turnover and the bills.

A:In terms of taxation in Hong Kong, it is only once a year that taxes are reported. The question of how to charge fees depends on the actual situation of your company. Accounting and auditing costs are determined based on the size of the turnover and the bills.

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  1. the company annual inspection: renewal of business registration certificate, every year you must go to the government to receive a new year business registration certificate, the cost includes government fees, with the government’s adjustment and float;
  2. Annual report of the company: renewal of the registration certificate, printing an annual report in accordance with the corresponding version required by the Registry, signed by the director, and then to the company registrar to complete the formalities; even if it is not operational, the annual report must be processed on time. The government will not inform you of any letters.
  3. Legal Secretary: It is a prerequisite for establishing a company in Hong Kong.
  4. Registered address fee: It is a necessary condition for setting up a company in Hong Kong. If the customer cannot provide it, we can provide it on behalf of the company. The first year is free. From the second year onwards, it will be charged annually;

A:Annual review (one month before the establishment date). If there is no annual review beyond the expiry date of 42 days, the government will fine the overdue time.

A:First of all, we must pay attention to the stability of the territorial political economy. Prior to the selection, you need to understand the latest political and social background in the area and take detailed consideration of the place of registration. Second, we must pay attention to whether the selected territories can achieve the purpose of legitimate tax avoidance by enterprises. Generally, we must choose the place of registration where the tax rate is low and the tax rate is low. When choosing a place of registration, enterprises must also pay attention to the efficiency of the work in the region. As an offshore company registration place, it is necessary to have efficient work efficiency and clear policies and regulations.

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  1. Trading companies: The immediate benefits are extremely convenient capital operations and extremely low tax costs.
  2. Holding companies: Including commercial holding companies and private holding companies whose main purpose is to maintain privacy. Mainland China’s Sino-foreign joint ventures and sole proprietorships, investment-ranking Hong Kong, and second-ranking British Virgin Islands are well-known offshore sites.
  3. international investment: used to hold bonds, stocks and transactions.
  4. Other purposes: Yacht holding company, property holding company, asset protection company, public investment company, intellectual property ownership company, transportation company, network company, insurance company, etc.

A:The government stipulates that only enterprises that import and export license can engage in self-support import and export business. However, many companies do not have the license. The following two methods can be used:

  1. find a foreign trade companies agent to import and export, this method is more convenient, but the payment will hit the agent’s account, you can not receive money. In addition, the agency fees are many companies can’t afford, the bulk of profits will taken away by foreign trade agency;
  2. To find customs brokers to pay for exports, the so-called buy orders is to buy verification forms, whichcompanies do not have the right to operate import and export, and can not apply to the State Administration of Foreign Exchange for import and export foreign exchange verification orders. Although this method is safer than the first method, payment of goods will send into their own account, but the purchase fee is not low, and can not handle tax refunds.Strictly speaking, buying a bill is a kind of illegal operation. The government does not allow it, because it will lead to a large number of tax losses and increase the difficulty of monitoring the export of goods.

A:The food license expires immediately after the date indicated, and it needs to be re-applied. It is recommended that food licenses begin the review process one month before expiration.

A:Before applying for a food circulation, you must first apply for a business operating license. There has to be a license before a circulation.

A:It covers the Shanghai Waigaoqiao Free Trade Zone, the Shanghai Waigaoqiao Bonded Logistics Park, the Yangshan Bonded Port Zone, and the Shanghai Pudong Airport Comprehensive Bonded Zone, the four customs special supervision areas, as well as the Lujiazui Finance Zone, the Jinqiao Development Zone, and the Zhangjiang Hi-Tech Zone.

A:The special management measures for foreign investment access refer to measures that are inconsistent with the national treatment adopted by foreign investors in investment projects in the China (Shanghai) pilot Free Trade Zone and the establishment of foreign-invested enterprises.

A:It’s different. The pilot area will relax the registration conditions for registered capital. Except as otherwise provided by laws, administrative regulations and the State Council’s decision on the minimum amount of registered capital for specific industries, the minimum registered capital of a limited liability company shall be 30,000 Yuan, the minimum registered capital of a one-person limited liability company shall be 100,000 Yuan, and the minimum registered capital of a company limited by 5 million Yuan; no longer limit the amount of initial investment and the proportion of all shareholders (sponsors) when the company is established; no longer limit the company’s total shareholder’s (sponsor)’s amount of money in the amount of registered capital; does not require the company’s shareholders ( The sponsor) paid the full contribution period.

A:You need to provide bank transaction documents, business daily invoices, etc.

A:Invoices, bank transaction documents, payroll, etc., and you can contact us for specific answers to your questions.

A:No. The “Accounting Law” stipulates that all personnel engaged in accounting work must obtain corresponding qualification certificates.

A:Not necessarily. The invoice (receipt ticket) that you open to others must be the current month’s monthly report, and the invoice opened by others to you can be that year.

A:Generally, start-ups companies are small-scale taxpayers. They need to start applying for local taxes in the month following the receipt of a tax registration certificate.

A:In simple terms, it includes monthly bill classification, sorting, binding, issuing invoices, statements, bookkeeping, and tax returns. Use our professions to answer difficult financial problems and avoid financial and tax risks!

A:According to the requirements of the financial system, the general corporate financial personnel shall have three persons, one cashier, and two accounting persons. After entrusting the accounting company to keep accounts, from the perspective of cost savings, the company only needs to set up one cashier, which reduces the number of accounting personnel, and the agency fees are often less than the salary costs of a financial officer.

A:Shanghai-registered domestic-funded enterprises, foreign-funded enterprises, branch offices, and representative offices can all hire foreigners and apply for employment permits.

A:There are two options, first, start the application as soon as possible, and strive to obtain an employment permit and medical certificate during the validity period of the L visa. This will help you to apply for a work permit without going abroad. The second one is after the L visa expires, you will leave China and go through the Z visa next time to China.

A:It is generally required that foreigners register their accommodation within 24 hours after entering China. If you live in a hotel, you usually check in at the hotel reception. If it is a rented house, you need to contact the local police station or property company. Delays in handling or failing to do so may result in penalties fine.

A:Work permits play a decisive role in obtaining a work visa. If you do not have a work permit, then you cannot get a work visa. So instead of seeing if you can get a Z visa, you should first get a work permit.

A:No. Forging a labor contract is a very dangerous crime in China.

A:The medical certificate is usually valid within 6 months from the date of issue.

A:Firstly, work in China without obtaining a work permit and residence permit. Second, works above the approved scope of work permit

A:You should go to the Immigration Bureau to report the lost situation as soon as possible. After obtaining the lost certificate, you can go to the Shanghai Consulate office to apply for a new passport and then apply for a visa at the Immigration Bureau.

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    1. A foreign student with a bachelor’s degree or above in a Shanghai university (within a year of graduation).
    2. Employment by companies registered in Shanghai Free Trade Zone or Zhangjiang High-tech Zone.
    3. Good health condition and no criminal record.Foreign students who meet the above conditions can apply directly for work permit and residence permit.

A:A – High-end Talents: China’s economic and social development is in urgent need for scientists, leading scientists and technology, international entrepreneurs, specialized special talents, etc. “Highly-precise” foreign high-end talent.

Class B-professionals: Meet foreigners’ requirements for job listings and positions in China. They are foreign professional talents that are urgently needed for the development of China’s economic and social undertakings.

Category C – General Talent: Implement quota management according to national policy.

A:A famous trademark refers to a registered trademark that has a high reputation and commercial value, is well known to the public and is recognized according to the law.

The quality, environment and safety management of the company should meet the international standard and be recognized by the national authority.

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1) The trademark has been registered for three years and has been used for three consecutive years legitimately (the trademark of high technology commodities and the use of the trademark of private enterprises for one year). The trademark right book has no objection.

2) The trademark is well known by public in the province and with a high reputation. The advertising propaganda is a certain continuity and in a broader region for the recent three years, and has certain advertising spending in the major media in the province.

3) The goods or services economic index referring to the trademark, including sales, operating income, net profit, revenue and market share, is in the leading position in the same or similar goods or services in the province.

4) The sales territory of the commodity mentioned in the trademark, within the province, and it should cover at least nine cities and above. Ouside the province, it should cover at least five provinces or municipalities and above. If the commodity is for exports, annual export amount should be at least $3 million, and trademark is registered in more than 2 countries or regions.

5) The trademark applicant possess a good business reputation, and the enterprise has a trademark management organization and management system. In the past three years, there has not been any infringement of the right of exclusive use of registered trademarks or other serious illegal business practices.

6) The goods or services referring to the trademark are of good quality, good reputation and good market prospect in the province. Since the day of the famous trademark was identified, if others use the same or similar words with the famous trademark as a part of their enterprise name, and this may mislead the public, the industry and commerce administration authorities shall not approve; the famous trademark owner shall apply for the revocation of the company name, within two years from the date when he knows.

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1) First, apply to the priority of use principle, according to the notice of the Trademark Office, applicants should hand in evidence of the date when they first used this trademark in 30 days.

2) If the applicants first used the trademark at the same day or they did not use it at all, they need to negotiate and come to an conclusion of whom the trademark belongs to. If there’s a conclusion, the agreement should be sent to the Trademark Office in 30 days.

3) If there’s no outcome of the negotiation, either with the supervision of the Trademark Office, the applicants draw lots, or the Trademark Office bring in a verdict.

A:On the back of the correction notice, there is a detailed description of the supplement to the products/services, The applicant should fill in the instructions according to the requirements and send it back to the Office.

A:Commodity name should be specific, accurate, standard, accord with the classification principle. Applicants should fill out the category, product/service name, and put the order number according to similar products and service distinction table.

A:The applicant may change the name, address and proxy in the Trademark Office.

A:According to the requirements of the supplement notice, please print or paste a copy of the trademark logo on the back of the notice.

A:It should be refiled as a new trademark. The applicant should apply again.