Wednesday, August 24, 2011
| Posted by: Nick Farr
Categories: China , Thought leadership | Tags: tax, investment, China, technology, due diligence, financing, Nick Farr, intellectual property, Hong Kong, Chinese, holding companies, intermediary, foreign investment, IP, structures, WFOE, Singapore, expats, FIE, employees, entity, staffing, business monitoring
The continuing increase in foreign direct investment in China has led to significant improvements in the country’s legal and regulatory framework. We outline eight key considerations for those wanting to invest – successfully – in the world’s leading recipient of foreign capital.