💡 Articles from our blog "Safer, Better Business in China"
The China company operating period is the span between a Chinese company's date of incorporation and the expiry date of their business registration.
One common way to pay a Chinese supplier is to make a China T/T Payment, but it is not a method that comes without risk. What should you be looking out for?
We ran a simple experiment on our website to find out whether or not our audience trust Alibaba suppliers. Read on to see the results.
Some unscrupulous Chinese companies use fake or altered certificates. Here are 5 techniques you can use to check Chinese certificates are legitimate.
Here we give some background on China company English names and introduce the 5 ways in which we find they can be misleading.
Learn how and why Chinese company English names are picked. View the different approaches Chinese companies take and how we categorize them.
As elsewhere, Chinese companies make an annual return to the tax authorities to report their business performance and financials, alongside other key details.
Read this article to learn about the 7 key China supplier documents which you should request from your supplier to help protect your business.
This article provides guidance, and lists useful resources, for getting registration information about offshore Chinese companies.
We asked China risk management expert Will Tang to share some of his best techniques for protecting your supply chain.
Businesses from Mainland China, Hong Kong & Taiwan have official company names in Chinese, but in which other countries is registering a Chinese name possible?
In China, abnormal business operations is a status given to Chinese companies with reporting irregularities.
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