The regulatory regime governing FIEs in China has been changing rapidly in recent years and the newly enacted Foreign Investment Law made effective on January 1st, 2020, is replacing existing old FIE laws and regulations.
To attract more foreign investment, legislative changes have been aimed at simplifying the procedures for foreign investors in relation to most of their investment activities in China.
This Handbook aims to provide foreign investors with an overall picture of processes and key considerations for incorporating FIEs in China, under the newly enacted Foreign Investment Law.
Steps to incorporate an FIE in China
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