China’s simplified (and cheaper) company registration process

By Leo Zhou Liang

China’s updated company law took effect on 1 March. This article highlights the key changes for corporates.

There are four key revisions in China’s new company law. The new rules are intended to simplify the company registration process and lower financial requirements for establishing a company.

Specifically, four key new provisions took effect: first, the required minimum amount of registered capital for companies has been removed…

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