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Q: I' need to Establish a new private company ... Tel me How you can help me?

9 years 49 weeks ago in  Business & Jobs - Guangzhou

 
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I can't help you... beyond some potential smart ass support.

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I don't give free business advice to anonymous people over the internet. 

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That is an incredibly vague question.  With more details I might be able to give you some advice, but it would require much more information.

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i'll give free advice, dont start a business here. you need to have a local partner. your local partner can force you out at anytime. and dont think contracts or the courts will help you. you automatically will lose in court because you are a foreigner. 

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No. 

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email to enquiry@fiq.co, the consultants there can help. alternatively go to www.fiq.co or www.expatsinchina.freeforums.org there is a topic on that.

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Hong Kong! Establish it there! Hong Kong does not tax the company for any business not conducted in HK.

But be careful, if you are from the US. The US is checking HK up and down, backwards and forwards now for undeclared companies owned by  US people.

I always liked the Cayman islands too, small islands with nothing but banks and hotels! They have mere useage (consumption taxes). But like HK, under intense scrutiny now.

As for me, its less headache to have a corp in the US and pay the freaking tax. Smile

There are ways around all things. Consult an International tax attorney. Smile

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we helps foreigner in setting up their biz in china..feel free to contact...

 

w.f.o.e.: wholly foreign owned enterprise,

import&export flow and money flow queries, tax refunds...all around we can help~

T: +86-20-83842143

M: +86-13610116129

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