💡 Articles from our blog "Safer, Better Business in China"
If you have done business with a Chinese company there is a good chance that their staff have provided you with a scan or photo of their China ID Card.
Here we introduce some Chinese business gifts which are commonly presented to customers, guests and employees by companies in China.
China Customs Enterprise Classification is a system used by China Customs to grade companies which engage in foreign trade.
This unique 18-digit number is issued to all companies and organizations in Mainland China and serves a variety of purposes.
The first China high-tech zone was established in Beijing in 1988 at Zhongguancun Science Park. Since then the number has increased rapidly.
The Taiwan company registration form is a document completed during the application process for registering a new Taiwanese company.
Understanding whether you are dealing with a solely-owned business or a complex array of stakeholders can be vital information.
Since establishing the first China Free Trade Zone in Shanghai in 2013, Chinese authorities have moved swiftly to establish a further 10 more.
A Hong Kong certificate of incorporation is a document issued to limited liability companies upon registration by the Hong Kong Companies Registry.
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 & Macau?
When receiving a Chinese bill of lading you need to understand if the document is a "Master" or a "House" bill of lading and what precautions you should take.
Conducting China market research can be very challenging for foreign companies, so here we share some of the best English language resources we have identified.
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