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Q: what's to know about business visa in china

if i want to open a restaurant in china i can get business visa but i heard that with that business visa i cannot work in my restaurant is it true should i need to apply for working visa for that also any ideas guys 

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contact your local Chinese embassy or consulate if you want the most accurate information.

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