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register vs paid-in capital

Registered Capital vs. Paid-In Capital

Written on: October 14, 2021 Updated on: April 29, 2024 When navigating the Chinese business landscape, understanding the differences between registered capital and paid-in capital is crucial for North American SMEs. These concepts play a significant role in determining a company’s financial credibility and operational capabilities in China. What Exactly is Registered Capital? Registered capital, […]

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China Compliance Issues

China Imports Regulations: What Small Businesses Need to Know in 2024

China Import Regulations 2024: What Small Businesses Need to Know For small businesses looking to enter the Chinese market, understanding the latest import regulations is crucial. Here’s what you need to know for 2024. Prohibited List The “prohibited list” includes items that cannot be sold to China legally, such as toxic waste, due to their

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supply chain

Outsourcing to China – Best Practices for SMEs to Avoid Scams and Protect IP

– The Best Practices for Small Businesses to Avoid Scams and Protect IP when outsourcing to China Outsourcing production to China can be a cost-effective way for small North American businesses to manufacture their products. However, it’s important to be aware of potential scams and fraud when dealing with Chinese suppliers. In this blog post,

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breach of contract risk

Red Flags for China Importer Payment Default

For a North American business that plans to sell to the Chinese market, the importance of receiving sufficient payment from the importer cannot be overstated. Regardless of how favourable the deal may seem, failure to receive payment can make or break the deal entirely. Therefore, it’s crucial to be aware of potential “Red Flags” that

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China Legal Risks

Top Three Legal Risks for Business Owners in 2023

There are several legal risks for doing business in China, but what matters to your business the most in 2023? In this article, our platform’s China legal experts have identified the top three legal risks for doing business in China in 2023. We wanted to share this insight with our audience as the new year

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Enforceable Contract

How a Sales Contract Protects Your Interests in China

Before engaging in commercial exchanges, a formal Sales Contract laying out the rights and obligations of both buyer and seller should be your first step. Sales Contracts are made up of many standardized clauses and some highly specific ones. For the seller, the most important clauses are those that prevent your buyer or distributor from

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China contract

Four Reasons You Should Have A Tailor-made China Contract

International business is fast-paced. It is easy for people to overlook the need for a written contract or choose to use a template. Let’s say you have a new buyer for your product, and you have already agreed on everything orally – you might be tempted to start shipping right away – but don’t forget

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Due Diligence

How to Verify a Chinese Company: A Comprehensive Guide

Ways to check a Chinese company is in good standing and trustworthy There are a lot of factors that play in, but here are two factors one should not ignore when it comes to finding a trustworthy Chinese company: Whether the company is law-abiding and upholds integrity; Whether it is solvent on an objective basis.

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Most easily overlooked risks when exporting to China (part 4)

This article is part of a series for doing business in China. Over four blog posts, we go through eight typical risks that are easily overlooked by small and medium-sized businesses. These tips will help your company succeed in doing business with China.   Click here to read part one, part two and part three of this series. They contain the first

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Most easily overlooked risks when exporting to China (part 3)

This article is part of a series for doing business in China. Over four blog posts, we go through eight typical risks that are easily overlooked by small and medium-sized businesses. These tips will help your company succeed in doing business with China.   Click here to read part one, and part two of this series. They contain the first four risks.  Risk

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