LehmanBrown International Accountants has proudly been supporting enterprises in China since 2008 and the Doing Business in China Guide was created for providing current information about the financial, regulatory and legal considerations that could affect business dealings within China.
In the guide, you will find the following information:
- A General Country Overview of China
- Different Types of Business Structures and How to Establish Them
- Economic and Fiscal Incentives for both Foreign and Local Investors
- China’s Taxation Regulations and Laws, Accounting, and Individual Income Tax
- Visas, Work Permits, Labour Laws, Pensions and Payrolls
- An Overview of China’s Judicial System
- Intellectual Property Protection and Registrations of Trademarks and Patents
The guide is by no means detailed in all aspects of doing business in China, and thus strongly recommended to those wanting to take the next steps to do business in China to approach LehmanBrown for professional advice tailored to your business needs before proceeding with any business or investment decisions.
To enquire further about any of the information discussed here, please contact any of the LehmanBrown offices via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.