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The first China high-tech zone was established in Beijing in 1988 at Zhongguancun Science Park.
Since then the number of national-level high-tech zones has increased rapidly and there are currently 169 zones located in 31 provinces.
As well as giving an overview, in this article we list and provide details of these China high-tech zones, including their focus industries and official websites.
Viewing information declared on a Chinese annual return is a useful method to learn more about a company from China.
As in other countries, Chinese companies are required to make an annual return to the tax authorities to report their business performance and financials, alongside other key details.
In this article we look at what information from a Chinese annual return is made publicly available by the authorities.
The Taiwan company registration form is a document completed during the application process for registering a new Taiwanese company.
If the application process is approved, authorities stamp this form and issue the company with a registration number.
When dealing with Taiwanese companies, requesting & verifying a copy of their Taiwan company registration form is a useful step to ensure that they are a legitimate business.
If you've ever visited China or researched the Chinese market, you will probably have heard of the concept of "China city tiers".
Brought about by the rapid growth of Chinese cities over the last 20 years, labelling a city as "1st Tier" or "2nd Tier" became a convenient way to quickly describe its relative level of development.
This article introduces and provides maps for each of the China city tiers and identifies which tier 338 different Mainland China cities are ranked under.