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Are you Dealing with a China Trading Company or a Factory?

Are you Dealing with a China Trading Company or a Factory?

by Matt Slater September 30, 2013

When you’re buying products from a Chinese company, a common issue is whether you’re dealing directly with a China trading company or with a factory.

This is because many such trading companies in China will be ‘unclear’ at best regarding the issue of who they actually are.

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What is the Role of a China Company Legal Representative?

What is the Role of a China Company Legal Representative?

by Matt Slater September 30, 2013

Understanding the role of a China company legal representative and finding out who holds the position in the business you are working with can be very important when dealing with Chinese companies.

This article will tell you how to find out the name of a Chinese company's legal representative, but before we get to that it is important to be clear on what exactly a China company legal representative does and is responsible for.

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How to Verify When & Where a Chinese Company Registered

How to Verify When & Where a Chinese Company Registered

by Matt Slater September 30, 2013

Finding out when and where a Chinese company registered is a basic step in checking that they’re a legitimate company you want to do business with. This simple check can be a very easy way to raise red flags in situations.

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How to Find Out When a Chinese Company’s Business License Expires

How to Find Out When a Chinese Company’s Business License Expires

by Matt Slater September 30, 2013

When you’re considering doing business with a Chinese company, it’s important to check when their business license expires. This is stated on the business license as the ‘period of operation’ with a start and end date.

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How to Find a China Company’s Registered Capital

How to Find a China Company’s Registered Capital

by Matt Slater September 27, 2013

One of the basic checks you may make about a Chinese company is to look up how much capital it was registered with. Proving a substantial amount of allocated capital is a requirement for registering a business in China, with the aim of ensuring that the company will be adequately funded and able to operate as described.

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Explained: China Company Business Scope

Explained: China Company Business Scope

by Matt Slater September 27, 2013

The business scope of a Chinese company lists the services that it is legally permitted to provide according to its business registration.

Inversely, a company is specifically prohibited from producing anything or offering any services not specifically described in its business scope.

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