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brief introduction to shenzhen guideline

Brief Introduction to Shenzhen,Guideline To Register Company Set Up Business

Corporate Formation Company Registration In Shenzhen China

Brief Introduction to Shenzhen

Shenzhen is located at the forefront of the Pearl River Delta and borders on the New

Territories of Hong Kong in the south, Daya Bay in the east, the outlet of Pearl River and

Dongguan and Huizhou in the north, being an important coastal communication hub in South

China. Shenzhen is the only city that owns seaports, airport and land ports in China. Its

seaports are especially developed. The Shenzhen Port ranks sixth among world container

ports. Shenzhen owns Luohu Port, the largest land passenger port in China and Huanggang

Port, the largest land freight port. At the same time, Guangshen, Shenshan, Jingjiu and

Guangshen expressways link Hong Kong, Shenzhen and inland cities. 24-hour customs

clearance practiced by Shenzhen and Hong Kong ports, electronic inspection and release and

the commencement of construction of the West Bridge will make Shenzhen and Hong Kong

connected more closely. The regional advantages of Shenzhen will be further highlighted and

the economy of both Shenzhen and Hong Kong can further thrive. Besides, Shenzhen is a

bridge linking Hong Kong with inland area and linking inland area with the world.

Supporting Industry Advantage

Shenzhen is a production base, R&D base and transaction base of high-tech products

including computer and parts, communication equipment, audio visual products, optical and

electromechanical products, biological engineering products, etc. Shenzhen has over 1500

factories producing supporting parts of computer, which produce almost all computer parts

except chips. Their annual supporting ability is over 30 million sets. There are over 30 million

lines for communication and exchange. Shenzhen has become an electronic supporting center

in mainland China. China International High-tech Result Fair is held in Shenzhen once every

year.

the economic environment of shenzhen consists

The economic environment of Shenzhen consists of four pillar industries: high-tech, modern

logistics, financial services and the cultural industry. It is noteworthy that Shenzhen is home to

the Shenzhen Stock Exchange (SSE). The SSE is a mutualized national stock exchange

under the China Securities Regulatory Commission that provides a venue for securities trading

to a broad spectrum of market participants, including over 1,500 listed companies as of 2014.

Due to its close proximity Hong Kong, Shenzhen has strong economic ties with the specially

administered region. Hong Kong is its main export destination. In 2012, export to Hong Kong

was US$146.37 billion, accounting for 53.94% of Shenzhen's total export volume. Shenzhen

has also managed to attract substantial amounts of foreign direct investments---the utilized

FDI in 2013 reached US$5.23billion, of which 34.4 percent went into the manufacturing sector.

Under State direction, Shenzhen aims to focus on innovation as its dominant strategy for

future development. The number of Shenzhen’s Patent Cooperation Treaty application ranked

first in China over eight consecutive years.

For more information about Shenzhen, Please visit http://english.sz.gov.cn/

http://en.szinvest.gov.cn/

Guideline To Register Business In ShenZhen,Offer Complete Range Of Company Set

Up Corporate Formation Business Registration Services ShenZhen China

To facilitate people who want to invest and set up company in Shenzhen, here is an introduction

of Types of business presence in China:

Before starting up a business in China, you have to know what are the options. Foreign Investors

generally establish a business presence in China in one of five modes: Wholly Foreign Owned

Enterprise (WFOE); Representative Office; Foreign Invested Partnership Enterprises (FIPE); Joint

Venture and Hong Kong Holding Company.

Wholly Foreign Owned Enterprise (WFOE) is a Limited liability company wholly owned by the

foreign investor. WFOE requires registered capital and it's liability of equity , can generate income,

pay tax in China and it's profit could be repatriate back to investor's home country. Any enterprise

in china which is 100 percent owned by a foreign

in China which is 100 percent owned by a foreign company or companies can be called as WFOE.

No. minimum registered capital is required for WFOEs with scope of business of consulting,

Trading, retailing, information technology etc. in China. There are minimum registered capital still

required for some industries for instance: Banking, Forwarding etc Since China still maintains

foreign currency control policy, it's still advisable to choose registered capital within RMB 100,000

~ RMB 500,000 as the minimum registered capital. Companies can now determine how much

capital will be required to maintain their operations and must simply ensure that they meet those

targets within a period of 10 years.

Representative Office (RO) is a Liaison Office of it's parent company. It requires no registered

capital. It's activities would be: product or service promotion, market research of it's parent

company's business, Quality Control liaison office etc in China. RO generally is prohibited to

generate any revenue nor generating contracts with local businesses in China.

Joint Venture (JV) is a Limited liability company formed between Chinese investor and Foreign

investor. The parties agree to create a entity by both contributing equity, and they then share in

the revenues, expenses, and control of the enterprise. JV usually been used by foreign investor to

engage the so called restricted in areas such like: Education, Mining, Hospital etc.

Since March 1, 2010, Measures of Establishment of Foreign Invested Partnership Enterprises

(FIPE) in China is taking effect. The regulation, which take effect since March 1, 2010, are known

as the Administrative Measures for the Establishment of Partnership Enterprise in China by

Foreign Enterprises or Individuals. There's no required minimum registered capital for a Foreign

Invested Partnership Enterprise (FIPE) in Shanghai, Beijing, Shenzhen, Hangzhou and rest cities of

China

Hong Kong Company usually been used as a Special Purpose vehicle (SPV) to invest Mainland

China. Hong Kong is one of the quickest locations to Incorporate a business. Although a HK

company is not a legal entity in Mainland China (MainlandChina and Hong Kong, See Wiki 1

country, 2 systems), lots foreign investors, especially investors from Europe and North America

still chose to setting up a Hong Kong company as SPV to invest China.

after china s entry to wto most industries

After China's entry to WTO, most industries in China welcome foreign investment, WFOE setting

up in China becomes the first option of foreign investment's entity structures instead of Rep.

Office setting up in China At the mean time, for tax purpose, effective licensing system etc more

and more investors use Hong Kong as the holding company to invest China mainland, using this

offshore company to hold their operations in China.

Business set-up in Shenzhen is a big project by itself, which requires financial and time

commitments, business management knowledge and China expertise. Identifying a competent

agent to manage the complex process will be a cost and time effective way to avoid potential

pitfalls

Since 2006, Tommy China Business Consulting has been focusing on consulting services for our

clients to register company in ShenZhen. We offer a range of company formation services

including helping you to set up:

-Wholly Foreign Owned Enterprises (WFOE )

-Representative Offices

-Joint Ventures (Equity/Co-operative)

-Foreign Invested Partnership Enterprises (FIPE)

-Hong Kong Holding Company.

Please visit: http://www.tommyconsulting.com/CorporateFormation.html

Email: tomlee@tommyconsulting.com, Skype: tomleeli

WhatSapp/Wechat/Cell Phone: +86 18926401128