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China Company Incorporation

According to Doing Business 2012 Report which was jointly released by the World Bank and international financial corporations, the progress achieved by mainland China in the past six years ranked top in East Asia and Pacific region. China has attained significant progress in the establishment of credit system, making it one of the few economies that can make continuous improvement in the business environment among the emerging markets.  

Meanwhile, China, as a big consumer and labour-intensive country in the world, is drawing attention from the world underlined by its huge potential market, attracting more and more enterprises and investors to set up companies for businesses in China.

Our Services Include

In order to better assist investors in commencing businesses in China, Conpak provides you with services to set up a China company, which include:

Wholly Foreign-owned Enterprise Incorporation

A wholly foreign-owned enterprise is a legal person enterprise,whose entire capital is funded by foreign investors,and which is an independent economic entity.

Setting up a Wholly Foreign-owned Enterprise for business operation can speed up the investor in decision-making and response to the market. It also better protects investors on the maintenance of confidentiality of scientific research and centralized management.

Foreign Investment Enterprise Incorporation

A foreign investor may set up a company in the forms of sole proprietorship, joint venture and cooperation. He/She may also authorize other parties to open  stores in franchise operation, and engage in one or more sales businesses.

Foreign Representative Office Incorporation

Setting up a foreign representative office in China is a preferable platform for investors to enter China market as the approval procedure is simple and no registered capital is required.

However, a foreign representative office can only represent an offshore company in business liaison, product introduction, market research and know-how exchange and other business activities within its business scope, but not in direct operating activities.

CEPA Foreign Enterprise Incorporation

Along with the increasingly closer economic and trade relations between mainland China and Hong Kong and Macau, a CEPA foreign enterprise has become an important channel for numerous multinational companies in global strategic investment. Operating business by setting up a CEPA foreign enterprise can enjoy more tariff concessions as well as facilitate and achieve the liberalization of trade services and trade investments to reduce the cost of clearance.

Sino-foreign Equity Joint Venture Incorporation

Setting up a sino-foreign equity joint venture in China can enjoy the concessions for foreign investors, and share resources and enjoy complementary advantages to successfully enter China market through utilization of network and established reputable brand of the China enterprises. At the same time, a foreign investor of the joint venture can also leverage on the geographical advantage of the China enterprise to reasonably and legally reduce financial expenses and thus significantly cut the operating cost.

Sino-foreign Co-operative Enterprise Incorporation

Setting up a sino-foreign co-operative enterprise is currently themost common practice for investors to conduct economic cooperation in natural resources extraction. Sino-foreign co-operative enterprises are featured by high risk, large investment and high return. The investment made or conditions of cooperation offered by the sino-foreign parties can be in kind, cash, land use rights, industrial properties, non-patented technologies and other property rights.

Maintenance

Joint Annual Review

The China government stipulates that a foreign enterprise shall have an annual joint review since the inception of the company to ensure the continuity of the legitimate interests of the company. China companies will have their joint annual review from 1 March to 30 June every year.

Taxation

The tax charged in China for business operation mainly includes Enterprise Income Tax, Value-added Tax (VAT), Business Tax, Consumption Tax, Personal Income Tax and Tariffs. Due to the relatively complicated taxation system in China, a foreign investor shall seek for a qualified body which is familiar with China taxation system for tax planning when commencing business, so as to save costs and improve efficiency during the operation.