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Q: Inexpensive agent to register a WFOE in SZ

Hi,

Is there anyone here who happens to know an inexpensive agent who can help me to register a WFOE?

Please let me know how much it cost you in agent fees and government fees.

Thanks,
Zoom

6 years 19 weeks ago in  Business & Jobs - Shenzhen

 
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Try the classified section of ShenzhenParty website or doing a standard search on LinkedIn. You can easily find out the government fees from the website of the local government around Bao'an District. The agent will tell you what his/her fees are when you contact one.

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I have now talked to an agent about registering a WFOE. They are telling me that it will take at least 5 month before I will be able to start to operate. I'm willing to do it but I have to deliver the machines before end of this year and it vill take aprox 4 month to make them.

So I have to find another solution quickly. As some knowledge guy mentioned earlier I could open a branch office of my HK based company who then supervise my friends company's manufacturing of our machines as our HKD company is their customer.

Will a branch office be able to receive money from abroad? I think so, but are they allowed to make payments to suppliers in China for equipment ordered from the mother company in HK?

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Kaiwen:
Ok, i will visit them. I found this place www.wfoe.com Is this the place you refer to?

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I replied little too fast without reading through the website thoroughly. I will surely contact the authority you refer to.

I have been self employed 25 of my 44 years, the last 10 years in an even more ruthless and foreign hostile country, namely Thailand.

I have done all my businesses here in China for 7 years through my Chinese parteners without any problems so far. I have for long time thought about eventually open up my own enterprise here, and now may be a good time. But you are absolutely right, I need more knowledge and that is why I'm asking all kinds of questions here.

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