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Q: How to send money back home through Chinese banks?

I want to send some money back home through bank (for some legal stuffs), what are the documents I need to prepare and where do I need to go to prepare them?
I found out I need to make few docs like  tax invoice or sth like that and some other stuffs from my company but I don't know exactly what kind of doc! so if any of you guys have done this before can you guys tell me what do i need and where can i make them?

thanks a bunch in advance Smile

4 years 48 weeks ago in  Money & Banking - Beijing

 
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Enter Chinese bank of your choice, and ask them same Q. You'll get first hand A.

You can find at least one employee at almost every bank in China with passable English.

My favorite bank is China Merchants Bank, which will grant you an account & ATM card with Visa/Mc logo for 1000 Rmb deposit.

Write 'laowai friendly bank' in search above for more on CMB.

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Enter Chinese bank of your choice, and ask them same Q. You'll get first hand A.

You can find at least one employee at almost every bank in China with passable English.

My favorite bank is China Merchants Bank, which will grant you an account & ATM card with Visa/Mc logo for 1000 Rmb deposit.

Write 'laowai friendly bank' in search above for more on CMB.

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