During the entire company registration process, we will be by your side to give advice and help go through any questions you have.
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Ideal for foreign companies seeking to enter China and begin operating immediately with a local partner.
Ideal for foreign companies seeking to enter China for R&D, QC, trade, services and production purposes.
Ideal for foreign companies wishing to conduct initial market research and/or support local customers.
* There are exceptions based on industry type
Beyond setting up an entity in China, we can also assist with incorporation in other markets in Asia.
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We will submit the online application and get pre-approval from the Administration for Market Regulation (AMR).
We will assist with the preparation of company documents to be submitted physically at the AMR. These include the articles of association, appointment letters for required positions, AMR application form, and more.
An Equity Joint Venture is the older and less flexible type of JV. Equity Joint Ventures must operate in the form of a Limited Liability Company, which means that the personal wealth and property of the actual individuals who are responsible for the company are shielded from corporate loss.
The most significant difference between Equity Joint Ventures and Cooperative Joint Ventures is the allocation of profits. In Equity Joint Ventures, profits must be allocated according to the ratio of the capital contributions made by the partners. In other words, if one party puts in 40% of the capital investment, they will reap 40% of the total profits.
Equity Joint Ventures are the preferred investment vehicle for most manufacturing Joint Ventures. However, potential investors must be clear about their purpose before deciding which form of Joint Venture they will use.
Cooperative joint ventures allow for more flexible agreements between the joint venture parties. In cooperative joint ventures companies have the choice to organise themselves as a limited liability company or as a non-legal person in which the partners are subject to unlimited liability. This means that the partners are entirely liable for losses the joint venture may incur. In practice, the majority of cooperative joint ventures are set up as limited liability companies.
The other major difference between a cooperative joint venture and an equity joint venture is that, in a cooperative joint venture, profits can be allocated according to the partners’ discretion and do not have to be proportional to the investments made by the partners. The parties may also agree that one party recovers its investment through an accelerated repayment structure, whereas the other party will become the owner of the joint venture’s assets after termination of the joint venture.
All legally registered businesses can be found and verified on National Enterprise Credit Information Publicity System.