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Thinking of Recruiting Employees in China? Explore the Basic Points

The most common problem foreign companies face is that the Chinese government does not allow the Chinese companies to send money to the foreign client...

The Legal Perspective of Using a Letter of Credit in China

Chinese exports have been increasing constantly and this country exports goods worldwide. The EU and the United States of America are the major import...

Why Going for China Employment Contracts is the Right Strategy

China has the second largest economy and one of the strongest consumer markets globally. No wonder, big companies and entrepreneurs all across the wor...

China Ends Cosmetic Animal Testing From 1st of January 2020

Currently, the Chinese government requires tests on animals for all imported cosmetics and any special use cosmetics, regardless of where they were ma...

A Realistic Assessment of Transferring IP to China

The protection of IP in China is the biggest challenge for foreign businesses. As China works to continue to evolve its economy and become more innova...

Assessing the Effect of China’s Cyber Security Law

Based on the Cybersecurity Law adopted on 2016, Chinese government has come up with a comprehensive Internet security/surveillance program. The survei...

How a Foreign Firm can Hire Employees in China with Ease

Hiring employees in China can be extremely complex for overseas firms. Language barriers and cultural differences make hiring difficult. If you have y...

Environment Protection Law in China & Compliance Requirements

Manufacturing sector pollution is big news in China and is attracting the government’s attention now like never before. The environmental issues...

Want to Sell your Products to Chinese Consumers? You are Just 3 Steps Away

The ongoing trade conflict can lead Chinese government to give more space to the foreign companies selling their products in China. Grabbing the Chine...

Protect your IP Rights in China as Soon as Practically Possible

IP, or Intellectual Property, refers to the inventions and creations of a business. It encompasses patents, copyrights and trademarks. In the early st...

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