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A Hong Kong certificate of incorporation is a document issued to limited liability companies upon registration by the Hong Kong Companies Registry.
Most Hong Kong businesses will possess this certificate and you should consider requesting a copy before doing business with them.
To learn more about the Hong Kong certificate of incorporation, and learn how you can check if it is authentic, read on.
During the last decade there has been incredible growth in China metro systems, with cities across the country investing huge sums on improving their transit infrastructure.
This remarkable transformation has resulted in China now having 7 of the world's 12 largest metro systems, with many more under development.
Read this article to discover the biggest China metro systems and learn about the development of this industry.
This useful resource identifies some key China districts and provides details of their important roads and transport infrastructure.
With China having some of the world's biggest cities it can be important to know in which city district an office, hotel, factory, road or train station is located.
Some China districts have populations the size of whole nations. For example, more people live in Shanghai's Pudong district than live in the Republic of Ireland!
As the end of the calendar year approaches a lot of companies in China are busy making preparations for the end of the Chinese financial year.
Whilst you are getting ready to celebrate the new year, spare a thought for the overworked Chinese accountants, because the financial year in Mainland China follows the calendar year and ends on 31 December.
But is that also the case for businesses in Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau? Is there a unified Chinese Financial Year?