Australian Import / Export Resources

Exporting to China

China is potentially one of the biggest markets for Australian exporters to explore. A country of 1.3 billion people whose economic development in recent years has has been increasing steadily. People of China have now increased spending power and consumer demand for many products, especially imported products is high.

Before thinking about doing business with China, there is a lot of information to digest. Take a look at the links below for more information about doing business with China.

1. FOREIGN INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT
1.1 Application Procedures for Establishment of Sino-Foreign Equity JV and Contractual JV Enterprises (in the case of Guangdong)
1.2 Application Procedures for Establishment of Foreign Enterprises
1.3 Procedures for Establishment of Resident Representative Offices by Foreign Companies
1.4 Minimum Registered Capital and Capital Contribution Schedule

2. IMPORT AND EXPORT ADMINISTRATION
2.1 Import and Export Administration
2.2 General Trade
2.3 Processing Trade

3. ENTRY-EXIT INSPECTION AND QUARANTINE SYSTEM
3.1 Entry-Exit Inspection for Different Categories of Commodities
3.2 Appointing Agents to Handle Import and Export Commodity Inspection

4. TAX ADMINISTRATION
4.1 Major Tax Categories for FIEs and Foreigners
4.2 Tax Exemption and Reduction
4.3 Avoidance of Double Taxation between Hong Kong and the Chinese Mainland

5.FOREIGN EXCHANGE CONTROL
5.1 Control over Foreign Exchange of Foreign-Invested Enterprises
5.2 Repatriation of Profits

FINANCIAL AND ACCOUNTING SYSTEMS
6.1 Enterprise Financial Systems and Standards
6.2 Invoice Management

7. STAFF RECRUITMENT
7.1 Ways of Staff Recruitment
7.2 Employment Procedures
7.3 Social Insurance

8. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS
8.1 Application for Trademark Registration in China
8.2 Application for Patent in China
8.3 Protection Against Intellectual Property Rights Infringement

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