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Alternative Foreign Entry Vehicles into China

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Nicholas V. Chen explains  that depending on one’s business goals, one will necessarily select a China legal structure specifically tailored to conduct such a business. Unlike in some western societies where one form of company can be used for a broad unlimited business scope, in China different corporate structures are used for different purposes. It is important to understand the structural options to avoid trying to cram a round peg through a square hole. Alternative Foreign Investment Entry Vehicles to China outlines the most common business needs and the business structures that most closely match them in China.  The document is a concise distillation of years of experience helping foreign firms setup in China, without wasting valuable time and money on red tape.

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About Nicholas V. Chen

Nicholas V. Chen - Pamir Law Group
Nick is a practical, street-smart client resource who provides: (i) an integrated business and legal approach focused on Client Growth, (ii) a Focus on Results, (iii) Cost Effectiveness, (iv) Effective Communication, and (v) Home Turf Advantage in Greater China. He has successfully completed hundreds of foreign investments into Greater China in all coastal and many interior provinces for Fortune 100 Multinational Corporations,... [Full Bio]
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