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Q: For a foreignr r there any pro's if registr a company in Macau as compared to HK ?

3 years 24 weeks ago in  Business & Jobs - China

 
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It will make no difference to you living in china. What you need to find out is any differences in taxation. I doubt you'll get an answer on that here. 

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It will make no difference to you living in china. What you need to find out is any differences in taxation. I doubt you'll get an answer on that here. 

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Well, I haven't been to Macau, or dealt with them, but I presume that they'd also require correct spelling for easier understanding - just as Hong Kong does.

 

I get that this might be difficult for you, as you continually show total contempt for the people who try to read your posts... as has been pointed out a number of times. Your "I don't give a fuck about the people who have difficulty reading my posts" is pathetic!

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I have a tendency to agree with Shining here. I am also curious, curiousdude, why you use these short forms, because at least one other girl I know of is also like this.

 

Despite her age (late 20s) she is like a rebellious teenager trying to "find her ID", that's still fine as she isn't my friend but her dishonesty and punk manners are disgusting. Needless to say I am not saying you two are alike. This is why I am curious to learn about your motives for writing like this. To show you treasure time? To show you are "modern"? To set yourself apart from the "old generations"? What?

 

At any rate, if you want people to answer your question, shouldn't you be the one to use their language, and save your "mathematical formulue" for your group? 

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