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Investment Provinces: a Quick Look at China’s Richest Regions

It is quite well-known that China had made stupendous economic growth in the last 30 years. Today, we compiled a list of the richest provinces where the growth most rapidly occurred.

Guangdong  

The three main cities are: Jiangmen City, Kaiping City, and Foshan City. The GDP (Gross  Domestic Product) is the total of 12.5% of the entire nation. This province is considered one of  the most notable provinces in China, giving it dominant economic and financial strength.  Being China’s most populous province with over 100 million residents, this province is also known for benefiting greatly from the “reform and opening” policies such as the Open Door  Policy.  

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China’s Digital Market: How it Combats the Economic Consequences of the Corona Virus

Even before the surge of Corona Virus cases and the world going into lock down, the digital market in China has been on the rise, and more dynamically than most nations around the world. Such systematic progression is rooted in the country’s core business model as well as the business environment created by China’s rapid growth. Using their business environment as an example, we can more readily anticipate business trends and opportunities that will arise in this age of digital business.

From the beginning of the outbreak to the present, China has been unknowingly prepared for the change from physical work environments to the shift into a predominantly remote working business model. The growth of technology-based companies such as Tencent, Alibaba, and Huawei, as well as the integration of apps such as WeChat and Weibo into their daily life has put the Chinese economy ahead of the curve in the shift towards a digital business framework. The convenience afforded by the systems in place allow more remote services to be provided to the everyday consumer. This addresses the issue of public quarantine that’s present in most countries in the world.

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Be Prepared: Five Important First Steps for Setting up your Business in China

Compared to the fast-paced explicit processes which dominate Western business, starting a company in China can be a headache.  Combine extensive legal work with a social system opposite of your own and even the most experienced businessmen and women are in for a challenge. 

However, establishing a presence in China continues to be a profitable move for entities in every business sector. With endless resources at your disposal, how to begin gets confusing.  We’ve stripped away all the particulars and provided you with a basic idea.

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How to save money and time through effective negotiations.

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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 and permits application. This case is about how one of our clients has saved through our effective negotiations.

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China’s 3-in-1 license

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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 merge three company certificates – the firms’s business license, tax certificate and organization code – that had to be issued separately so far. As a result, your company will officially run under a single social credit code.

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How to Conquer Chinese Manufacturing

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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 and oversee the process cheaper than by hiring even more staff? How to effectively communicate with the production team? How to save the operation without sacrificing the budget?

Through many years, Incorp China had helped clients to overcome this struggle and here are the three main challenges you need to overcome when trying to conquer Chinese manufacturing.

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Why You Need a Flexible Support System in China

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The problem

We always look to  provide the best support to our clients, but due its size, China can be an overwhelming country , so we understand when our clients are hindered to come directly to our office in Shenzhen. Just recently, one of our clients, a paper products manufacturer, was looking into moving part of his manufacturing process to the South West region of China. Since the team of three was on a strict time schedule they were not able to come to Shenzhen personally in order to meet with Incorp China’s team to discuss the bureaucracy behind such a move.

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Opening Up a Bank Account Under Tightened Restrictions – What You Need to Know

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Why opening a bank account in China is more difficult today

It is no secret that the recent crackdown on money laundering has left foreigners struggling to open a bank account in China. As a result, it has become even more beneficial for foreigners, seeking to move or extend their business to China, to consult an agent on the ground. The reason why there are so many China consultancies on the market is because it’ is quite challenging as well as time and labor intensive to get a company approved. Only a few of these China consultants are as committed as Incorp China, connecting with the government bureaus and banks, forming friendships, and therefore getting our clients the service they deserve.

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Why Employing China Consultants To Solve Banking Issues is a Must

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Nationalities are a way of creating a sense of belonging. As soon as you are born, you are gifted one, sometimes two, nationalities. They play an important part in how you identify yourself throughout your life and they can come with – or prevent – great liberties. The problem with belonging to one nationality is that, as soon as you take a step beyond your mother land’s borders, you are a stranger. It is human nature to protect what we know and recognize and seek distance from what we see as foreign and unknown. Whether executed consciously or subconsciously, this behaviors is deeply engraved in our DNA.

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Shutting Down a Foreign Owned Entity in China – IncorpChina’s Visit to the Local Tax Bureau

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Last week, three Incorp China team members and the CEO, Robert Fisch, headed to the Shenzhen tax bureau to help one of our US clients on shuting down their entity in China. When shutting down a foreign company in China, the tax bureau has to issue a “notice of cancellation of tax registration”’ for the Foreign Trade & Economic Cooperation Bureau. This is a rather difficult and time intensive procedure: The company owner, or a representative thereof, has to physically visit the local tax bureau in order to fill out and hand in the requires paperwork. While some documents are in English, the majority of the procedure will necessarily be dealt with in Mandarin. This highly bureaucratic task involves dozens of different forms that are each tailored to the nature of your business as well as the reason for its closure.

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