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Update Date:2020-7-24 17:53:11     Source:www.3737580.com     Views:703

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Foreign Enterprise is also called foreign-funded company, foreign-owned enterprise, foreign company. Since the implementation of the reform and open-up policy, Shanghai has been seen a booming economic, which brought not only numerous business opportunities, but also investors all over the world. Especially, the requirements of foreigners investing in Shanghai has released. And it will benefit more foreigners who extend business in Shanghai.


I. Foreign Enterprise-Wholly Foreign Owned Enterprise (WFOE)
Wholly Foreign Owned Enterprise (WFOE) is a common investment vehicle for mainland China-based business. The unique feature of a WFOE is that involvement of a mainland Chinese investor is not required, unlike most other investment vehicles. WFOEs are limited-liability corporations organized by foreign nationals and capitalized with foreign funds. This can give greater control over the business venture in mainland China and avoid a multitude of problematic issues which can potentially result from dealing with a domestic joint venture partner.

II. Foreign Enterprise-Foreign Invested Partnership Enterprise (FIPE)
Foreign Invested Partnership Enterprise (FIPE) is a unlimited liability business entity without minimum requirements on registered capital. A partnership in the People's Republic of China is a business entity governed by the Partnership Enterprise Law passed by order of the President of the People's Republic of China to authorize and govern partnership enterprises. A partnership is a type of business entity in which partners share with each other the profits or losses of the business undertaking in which all have invested.


III. Foreign Enterprise-Sino-Foreign Joint Venture Enterprise
1- EJV (Equity Joint Venture)

Equity joint ventures are the second most common manner in which foreign companies enter the China market and the preferred manner for cooperation where the Chinese government and Chinese businesses are concerned.

 

2- CJV (Cooperative Joint Venture)
In a Sino-Foreign Cooperative Venture (also known as Contractual Joint Venture), the parties involved may operate as separate legal entities and bear liabilities independently rather than as a single entity. A cooperative venture may also be registered as a limited liability entity resembling an equity joint venture in operation, structure, and status as a Chinese legal entity.There is no minimum foreign contribution required to initiate a cooperative venture, allowing a foreign company to take part in an enterprise where they preferred to remain a minor shareholder.

 

IV. Foreign Enterprise-Representative Office (RO)
A representative office is an office established by a company to conduct marketing and other non-transactional operations, generally in a foreign country where a branch office or subsidiary is not warranted. Representative offices are generally easier to establish than a branch or subsidiary, as they are not used for actual "business" (e.g. sales) and therefore there is less incentive for them to be regulated.

 

V. Foreign Enterprise Contact us
If you have further queries in Foreign-funded Company, please don’t hesitate to contact ATAHK at anytime, anywhere by simply visiting ATAHK’s website www.3737580.net, or calling Hong Kong hotline at 852-27826888 or China hotline at 86-21-68877368 021-31397142 021-58822399, or emailing to hkcfm-shanghai@163.com, or adding our skype:shtannet123. You are welcome to our company 15F, No.855 World Plaza, South Pudong Road, Pudong District, Shanghai, China.

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