Category: Foreign Investment

China Visa Series: Getting The Chinese Green Card (D Visa)

Whether you want to visit China long-term as a business owner or just on holiday, a necessary hoop you’ll have to jump through is getting a visa. And there’s no denying it’s a complex system. This will be a three part series that will guide you through the process of getting the three most desired ...

A Business Owner’s Introduction to Registering Trademarks in China

You spent countless hour thinking up the identifying marks of your business: its name, its logo, and its slogan. But when you bring your business to China you run the very real risk of losing all three since IP laws in your country may not be recognized in China. In some cases, it’s just a ...

Starting Your Business in China: The Essentials

Starting a business in China can be a difficult task, filled with nuance and knots, which can be a culture shock for US citizens who might be used to the more straightforward process of business formation. For that reason, it’s always best to go in prepared for the opportunities and obstacles, preferably with an agent who knows the ...

Foreign investors rejoice, Apple wins intellectual property case in Beijing

As of April 2017, the Beijing Intellectual Property Court has dismissed the ban on Apple iPhone 6's after a Chinese company accused Apple of infringing upon its design. This latest move by Chinese courts speaks to a positive evolution in recognizing international IP law in China after a long history of "copycat" theft by Chinese businesses. One ...

Investment in China remains robust and profitable for US investors

Despite what may seem like a tumultuous political climate between the two economic giants, US businesses continue to invest and profit at great rates in China. As of 2016, $228 USD in 6,677 US investments have been made into China. This growth is expected to continue as the Presidents of the respective countries continue trade negotiations, ...