Category: Getting Started

Opening a Bank Account in China

As China’s banking system continues to liberalize, foreign investors have more flexibility over the management of funds. However, China’s banking system remains complex, and many restrictions apply to foreign investors. There are several options foreign investors need to consider when...

/ June 20, 2016

Q&A: Why are China’s CFOs so pessimistic?

As China settles into it's "new normal" of slower, but steady growth, Deloitte China surveyed Chinese CFOs about their expectations of the climate in China in the medium and long term. The survey showed that CFOs are less optimistic, wary...

/ June 15, 2016

The 4 Biggest Roadblocks to Clearing Customs in China

Tapping into the Chinese market is often a long and complicated process. After all the hard work that is put into creating a product and preparing it for Chinese consumers, it’s deflating to see it sit in customs and gather...

Top 5 challenges to business in China

VIDEO: Kent Kedl, greater China and north Asia managing director for global risk consultancy Control Risks, explains to Asia Society the common problems related to doing business in China.

/ March 30, 2016

How to Become a Certified Chinese Tax Resident

When a foreign business or individual makes income in China, it may be subject to tax in both the business or individual’s home country and China, which could substantially increase their tax burden. Many investors therefore choose to set up...

/ March 23, 2016
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Johnny Rockets Blasts Off to China

By Lauren Dodillet  Johnny Rockets announced plans last week to open 100 restaurants in China over the next decade in its largest development agreement to date, a massive expansion plan that will help it open its first Chinese franchise in...

/ April 14, 2015

Designing for China

How to protect your intellectual propertywhen setting up a factory in ChinaWhen Bruce Mitchell arrived in China in 2003, he had one mission: expand the global supply chain for Pittsburgh-based Spang & Company, a precision electronics engineering firm. After realizing...

/ January 21, 2015

The Pros and Cons of Franchising in China

US companies must jump hurdles to operate successful franchises in China, but the potential benefits are too great to ignore.

/ July 1, 2011

Understanding Chinese Consumers

Older consumers may value price over quality, but younger generations are increasingly willing to pay premiums for higher-end products.by Yujun QiuSince China started its “reform and opening” policy in 1978, its economy has expanded rapidly, and most leading international retailers...

/ July 1, 2011