Talent Spot | Things you should know about Labor Disputes and Labor Law Compliance in China

Because of the companies underestimation or ignorance of China labor laws, labor disputes often arises. Keeping up to date with China’s labor regulations and taking proper precautions to prevent disputes from occurring can save employers immeasurable stress.

Talent Spot | Tax Incentives for R&D Activities in China

For china aims to upgrade its tech capabilities, China’s 13th Five Year Plan covering the years 2016-2020 maintain that Upgrading science and technology innovation is a critical thing which should be considered. As part of this effort, on December 27, 2016, the Ministry of Finance (MOF), General Administration of Customs (GAC), and State Administration of Taxation (SAT) issued a joint notice (Cai Guan Shui [2016] No.70) to standardize the duty-free import process of scientific and technological research equipment by scientific research institutions, technology development institutions, and schools.

Talent Spot | The minimum capital requirements for a WOFE

Companies seeking to form a WFOE in China are often confused about Chinese law regarding the minimum registered capital requirements for forming a WFOE. Part of the confusion stems from disreputable entity formation companies that encourage their hiring by claiming they know exactly how much will be required and that they have the ability to get the Chinese government to agree to a really low amount.

Talent Spot | What did the annual session of the National People’s Congress reveal?

“Openness is the key to competitiveness and the greatest advantage of Shanghai,” said Liu Fengming, a vice president of General Electric. “Shanghai is constantly pursuing pilot reforms in the Free Trade Zone and turning itself into a center of finance, trade, shipping and technology innovation. Foreign companies see huge opportunities in the Shanghai government’s willingness to listen to the market and to improve policies to nurture a business environment with legal protections and commerce convenience.”

Talent Spot | Steps to Establish Company in China

Recently the tremendous amounts of the reports show how easy to start the business in China and how the China government endeavor to ease the foreign invested companies by laying out one and another policy. However because of the umfamiliarities with the China investment environment, some still confused about the situation where China government are creating a magnificent investment environment to boost the FDI. So just read this article to get the anatomy of doing business in China

Talent Spot | The latest China Employment Compliance –big things for foreign employers

Many foreign companies in china are misunderstanding the situation where the slightly economic growth will lead the government to favor foreign employers. However the truth is that foreign employers do not protest while the Chinese employees do. Moreover the Chinese government values stability above nearly all else thus our China lawyers are seeing this play out in the following ways to improve the situation for its workers

Talent Spot | China Government Services Improve for the new Economy

China will continue to enhance administrative efficiency to better serve rapidly-growing emerging industries and upgrade old ones, said the document of the State Council, made public on Friday.

Talent Spot | Good Signal for Foreign Investment in 2017

Jan 17th could be a big day for the foreign enterprises since the State Council issued a circular that provides measures to boost foreign investment, as part of an effort to build “a new open economic system” in China.

Talent Spot | China Foreign Direct Investment: From January to December 2015

Corporate recruiters or agency recruiters are two people who help the company to fill in the positions. Before dividing them into two categories, we need to understand these two people are very different, both fundamentally and operationally. Here are some key differences between corporate and agency recruiters, helping you to identify how they differ from each other and who best serves your company’s needs.

Talent Spot |Payroll Services in China

There are specific rules for payroll and taxation in China, depending upon whether your company employs foreign nationals or local Chinese employees. The primary concerns for a foreign company that needs to comply with tax laws in China include: Individual income tax (IIT) for employees in China, social security costs, payroll tax, sales tax, withholding tax, business tax and permanent establishment concerns.

Talent Spot |Categories of Foreigners are Exempted from Employment licenses and Permits

Employers and foreign employees must implement relevant government policies and rules strictly, complete relevant employment application, examination and approval procedures to ensure the legitimacy of the employment.

Talent Spot |Tips To Recruit In China

Every country follows a few standard guidelines for its recruitment process, so is true in China as well. Although most of the businesses in China look for recruiting service providers, yet the recruitment process is same almost in every aspect.

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