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List of Chinese AMR Websites

List of Chinese AMR Websites

by Matt Slater 16 November 2020

This list of Chinese AMR websites includes links to the AMR branch website for each province/administrative region in China.

In case you're wondering, the acronym "AMR" stands for "Administration for Market Regulation", which is a newly-launched Chinese government agency created by the merger of many previous agencies, including the AIC and AQSIQ.

This super regulator is now responsible for a wide range of regulatory matters in Mainland China, so if you need to get in touch with them you should find this list of Chinese AMR websites useful.

AMR Office Websites

These are the many websites operated by the various AMR offices, which includes a wide range of regulatory information and market news (in Chinese).

Main National AMR Website

At a national level the AMR is known as the "State Administration for Market Registration" which is why you might see the abbreviation "SAMR" being used for this agency elsewhere.

Province-Level Chinese AMR Websites

(Please note that many of these websites may not open without difficulty when accessing from outside of China!)

Does AMR operate a Company Search Website?

Yes, if you need to search for a Chinese company's registration details you can search here:




Matt Slater
Matt Slater

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Hi there, I'm Matt, the Founder & CEO of China Checkup. Originally from the UK, I am now based in Brisbane, Australia.

Frustrated by the scarcity of concise, high-quality and timely information about Chinese companies, I setup China Checkup whilst living in Shanghai in 2013.

My team are proud that China Checkup's company verification reports have now helped thousands of clients from all corners of the world to do business in China more safely.

  



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