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The Transformational Trend: Why China is the place to be and how to start your business there

The Transformational Trend: Why China is the place to be and how to start your business there

Why bring your business to China? The future of China’s economy has never looked this bright. With a thriving middle class, a new wide-spread consumerist approach to spending, and increasing liberalization, China is now home to a wide variety of promising untapped markets. Since the late 1980s and 1990s, China’s economy…

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E-chop—Pioneer for Paperless

E-chop—Pioneer for Paperless

“Please have the company chop on the paper we received from the government and then send the original ones to us ASAP.” Are you familiar with above words in emails to some degree? In China, the Government requires companies to have a “corporate seal” called Chops. Similar to the signature…

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10 steps to authenticate your U.S. documents to be used in China

10 steps to authenticate your U.S. documents to be used in China

This might be something you have not given a whole lot of thought in the past. However, Chinese authentication of US documents is required with almost every application process you will encounter on the road of opening your own China business entity. Registration of an entity in China requires documentation…

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7 benefits from opening up a company in Hong Kong

7 benefits from opening up a company in Hong Kong

Besides being a prestigious business address, Hong Kong has a variety of benefits to offer for those who are looking to or already own a company in China. Ranging from financial over legislative to cultural reasons. Below are your top 7 benefits from opening up a company in Hong Kong…

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6 Facts you should know about filing a Trademark in China

6 Facts you should know about filing a Trademark in China

Filing a trademark to protect your intellectual property is an incredibly important step to take no matter where you want to conduct business. Since every country's trademark laws differ, Incorp China has compiled interesting facts you should be aware of before filing your trademark in Mainland China:   First-to-File Concept…

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Breaking Down The Trademark Application Process in China

Breaking Down The Trademark Application Process in China

Everybody is familiar with the fundamental concept of trademarks. You have an idea or name and want to protect this intellectual property from being copied or claimed by someone else. The process In simplified terms, in China, this process takes about four steps. Do your research. It is advised to…

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How to save money and time through effective negotiations.

How to save money and time through effective negotiations.

Without any discussion, money and time are the most valued resource for business. For western companies, traveling to china can be an investment due to the utilization of this two resources. Think about the costs of traveling, lodge, transportation, and the time spent on meetings or any process like registration…

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China’s 3-in-1 license

China’s 3-in-1 license

What is the 3-in-1 license? The 3-in-1 license is a new format of the business license currently in existence. By the end of the calendar year 2017, all original business licenses must be updated in order for the company to be able to continue operating. The updated business license will…

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How to Conquer Chinese Manufacturing

How to Conquer Chinese Manufacturing

    Western companies face every day the struggles of having a split operation between Head Quarters and a Chinese manufacturing division. Complying with due dates, design specifications, proper storage, and shipping can become a nightmare. Obvious questions just rise when dealing with those situations.  How do you guarantee quality…

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Chinese Manufacturing Under American FDA Regulations Made Possible

Chinese Manufacturing Under American FDA Regulations Made Possible

Mainland China acts as a manufacturing powerhouse for many American companies, producing their products at a competitive price. The majority of the goods exiting these factories, however, face a common issue: quality and safety standards often don’t comply with American FDA regulations and are therefore rendered inadmissible for import into…

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