Doing Business in China

Contract

How to Protect Your Business in China with an Enforceable Contract

A business contract is pointless if it cannot be enforced. Therefore, it is essential that any contract be drafted with enforceable elements and thoroughly reviewed. Here are four considerations for a contract to be enforceable when doing business in China: 1. The governing language While businesses can decide to use English or other foreign languages […]

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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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Demand Letter

Four tips on when to use a Demand Letter to protect your business interest

Demand letters are very common in commercial legal disputes for businesses in countries such as Canada and the United States, and they rarely cause much concern for their recipients. In China, however, lawyer demand letters (often called “lawyer’s letters”) are much less common, meaning they are viewed much more seriously, and people generally respond to

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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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eCommerce domain name squatting

Amazon seller got his domain back from a bad-faith squatter in China in less than 2 months

With the help of Trustiics, an Amazon seller successfully fought domain name squatting in China remotely from his office in Illinois, the U.S.. Here is more on the story:   What to do if your domain name is registered in a foreign country The simple process to consult a vetted IP lawyer in China Efficient

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Registered Capital, China

China Registered Capital, fully explained

When dealing with a Chinese business, you may want to check its capital position to assess whether it can support its operations sustainably. In this background, it is important to understand the concept and market practice related to registered capital in China. In China, however, when you look into a company’s capital, you will encounter

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supply chain

What to Do If Your Supplier in China Fails to Deliver?

It can be very frustrating when your order of products has not left Shanghai port months after the expected time of arrival.  You may have kept sending emails to the seller without getting any comforting response.  You may get such a simple message as: We are operating at a fractional capacity due to Covid lockdown. When

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