Unser neues Handbuch: “China Law and Business Guide” 

Wir freuen uns, Ihnen unsere neue Broschüre "China Law and Business Guide" vorzustellen. Geschäftserfolg in China ist nicht einfach, aber planbar. Auf jeden Fall ist es jedoch eine Herausforderung, da es durch die chinesische Regierung und deren Behörden immer noch verschiedene Regelungen und Beschränkungen für ausländische Unternehmen gibt.  Sie Ihr Unternehmen einmal gegründet, kann es mit neuen Problemen konfrontiert werden. Wir glauben, dass Ihnen unser 72 Seiten starkes Handbücher helfen kann, Problemezu erkennen und zu lösen, wie Sie z.B. Ihre Mitarbeiter in China steuern können, wie Sie Ihr geistiges Eigentum hier schützen sollten, wie man mit der Produkthaftung umgeht und wie man die chinesischen Gesetze und Vorschriften einhält, um bei der Durchführung von Geschäften in China Risikien zu vermeiden.

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"The Chinese market appears to be resilient and still has a major impact on the world economy, even as growth slows, driven in part by expansion of the services sector. But establishing your own business here can well be challenging since the Chinese government still imposes various regulations and limitations on foreign companies who want to invest in China. And in many ways different culture also might be confusing at times.

Ever since China joined the WTO its policy on foreign investments grew more liberal and, as the economic environment is changing all the time like with the newly established Free Trade Zones and a draft for a new Foreign Investment Law, further liberalization seems possible.

However, there are also a number of options for those willing to take the risk right now, from a Representative Office to Joint Ventures to Wholly Foreign Owned Enterprises. The process of establishing one of those is often bureaucratic and time consuming, but it seems to be worth it, as the number of Foreign Invested Enterprises has been growing constantly for the last years.

Once established your company might face new problems, like how to hire and manage your employees in China, how to protect your Intellectual Property here, how to deal with product liabilities and contractual disagreements, how to compliance with Chinese law and regulations. All of this makes it important to be aware of these problems and eventually take precautions before coming to China and effective measures after entering the Chinese market."