Open a Subsidiary in China

China Company Registration

Opening a company in China is easy, we handle your application guide you through the process step-by-step. There are 3 types of entities that can be set up in China: Wholly Foreign-owned Enterprises (WFOE), Joint Ventures (JV) and Representative Offices (RO). While the registration procedures for these 3 types are similar, their structures and rights to do business in China differ.


Wholly Foreign Owned Enterprise

A WFOE is a 100% foreign owned business that can generate profits and send funds in or from China. WFOEs are the most popular and generally considered the most convenient vehicles for foreigners to enter the Chinese market.

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Representative Office

A representative office (RO) is the most simple type of entity to set up in China, however is limited to non-profit activities. ROs cannot issue invoices/transactions and pay taxes on expenses instead. Staff must also be employed via a service provider.


Joint Venture (JV)

A joint venture (JV) is a company with a mix of foreign and Chinese shareholders.

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Hire employees in China

Hire a Team in China

Using an employer of record is today, the modern approach to global expansion. You can use our employer of record service to  hire, manage and expand your business in China.

Run Payroll & Benefits

Running payroll, tax & benefits is a must in China. Whether you have a WFOE, a JV or a representative office, our payroll service package can take the heavy lifting off of your back and streamline your HR.

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Open a Subsidiary

Ready to take the leap forward and register a legal entity in China? Our China market entry solution is perfect for companies looking to set up shop and do business in China in a clean and timely manner.

Cut Costs

Cutting costs can mean anything from downsizing, outsourcing and closing entire operations. Our services can offer a cost effective method of outsourcing your HR or retaining some of your employees in China after company closure.

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