Doing business
and investing
in China

Our colleagues at the Ally Law member firm R&P China Lawyers have published a business and legal guide providing a general overview of the key legal issues of which foreign companies and other organisations should be aware when seeking to do business or invest in China.

Through the topics covered, a practical overview on how to do business in China is given. Among other things, the guide provides information on Chinese commercial practice, how to set up a company, labour and tax legislation, as well as the protection of intellectual property rights such as trademarks and patents.

The purpose of the guide is not, however, to replace the specific legal advice actually needed for the set up your business in China, but rather to provide a starting point for meeting with your Ally Law member firm when you are ready to take the step to meet the Chinese market.

Read more in the guide Doing Business in China: A Practical Guide, which you can easily download using the link below. You will also find more interesting business guides at Ally Law’s website, by clicking here!

Thanks to our collaboration with our colleagues within the Ally Law framework, we at Lindmark Welinder can open the doors for you and your business to new ventures abroad and to support you with business law expertise worldwide, for example in China. 

Doing-business-in-China-2013.pdf (762 kb)

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