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Q: How much does office space in Shanghai usually cost?

Hi everyone,

 

My American company (quite small - about 25 people) wishes to open a small office in Shanghai, preferably in the downtown area. Does anyone know how much rent typically goes for (per square meter)?

 

Are there business development services which help companies get started in opening up an office in Shanghai (setting up LAN network, negotiating rent, office equipment, etc.)?

 

Thanks for the help!

7 years 8 weeks ago in  Business & Jobs - Shanghai

 
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Hello friends 

How are you !

I'm an agent that you can tell me which district do you want to rent , that i can help you find it ,different district has different rental .    If you want , you can give me email and i will give you answer.

E-mail :andyskyli@163.com



 

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Maybe you should read information at

http://www.nzte.govt.nz/explore-export-markets/North-Asia/Doing-business...

before talking with any one.

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