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In 4 Steps to the Annual Compliance Review


Doing it right! How to do your Annual Compliance Review in 4 steps: The Annual Audit, the Annual Foreign Currency Filing, the Annual Tax Audit and Clearance and Report of Enterprise Information Publicity.

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Management Structures of a WFOE Part 2


by Richard Hoffmann   This is the second of an two part article series about the management structure of a Wholly Foreign Owned Enterprise(WFOE) in China. Read about the General Manager as well as about the Legal Representative and their duties.  

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The Management Structure of a WFOE


by Richard Hoffmann There are a lot of aspects one has to consider, when setting up a WFOE in China. Choosing a board of directors or better an Executive Director? A Board of Supervisors or only one? And what would be their duties? In this article we would like to give you some answers to these questions.

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Articles of Association – Key terms for a Foreign Invested Company in China


The Articles of Association (“AoA”) are required in China and have to be approved by the authorities when setting up a Foreign Invested Company. Therefore it is important to know the functions of the AoA and how they can protect or guide your business activities in China. This article will address these issues as well […]

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M&A in Germany: the perfect foreign investment?


By Richard Hoffmann,  ECOVIS Beijing Mid-sized German businesses are a hot takeover target for Chinese companies. German business is known for its innovation and product integrity, a natural match for China’s large market and manufacturing prowess. As this relationship becomes more apparent, Chinese firms are increasingly looking to Germany when they need a new product or new […]

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Preparing your leasing business in China


By Manuela Reintgen, ECOVIS Beijing Preparing your leasing business in China requires commitment and patience. Both lessor and lessee should be familiar with the tax and legal regulations in order to be compliant with the Chinese law.      

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China HR: The 21 most asked HR questions about the Chinese labor law Part 2/2


by Richard Hoffmann, ECOVIS Beijing China The People’s Supreme Court issued a fourth Interpretation of the Chinese Labor Law, which came into force last year on February 1st 2013. The fourth interpretation contains more specific regulations for payments during the non-competition period, but at the same time, it raises more questions about how to correctly […]

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China HR: The 21 most asked HR questions about the Chinese labor law Part 1/2


by Richard Hoffmann, ECOVIS Beijing China The People’s Supreme Court issued a fourth Interpretation of the Chinese Labor Law, which came into force last year on February 1st 2013. The fourth interpretation especially contains more specific regulations for payments during the non-competition period, but at the same time, it raises more questions about how to […]

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