Investing in China

Hello everyone,

During your expatriation in China, you might have been made aware of interesting investment schemes (local or international). Whether one wants to make money grow, protect oneself or prepare for retirement, investment is always an attractive option. It is, however, never free of risk. Would you, therefore, like to share some practical information for other expats and expats to be?

Is the Chinese economy open to foreign investment? Do local authorities encourage investment (through formalities, tax etc.)?

What are the promising sectors to invest and do business in China?

Who do you turn to for information before investing your money? (organisation, professional, lawyer, consultant)

According to the sectors of activity and the projects, what budget should be foreseen for an investment in China?

What do you think are the pitfalls to avoid and what advice would you give someone who wants to invest?

Thanks in advance for your feedback,
Diksha

1, In most sectors, it's open to foreign investment in China.
2, China and relevant local authorities do encourage investment from foreigners. (there are tax policies)
3, to find the promising sectors to invest, I suggest you should do an investigation before  go ahead.
4, for the laws and formalities, you'd better go to a lawyer to have a face-to-face consulting. For the tax, you should go to an accredited accountant firm.
5, the budget will depend on your financial capacity and what would you invest.

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