When the time is right, it could well make sense to establish your own legal entity in China. This can have many benefits, such as enabling the employment of people in China, operating an office in China, invoicing in local currency (RMB), registering a WeChat Official Account with full functionality, etc. But, navigating the process of registering a Chinese entity from overseas can be confusing and more complex than in many other countries. Furthermore, if the entity is registered with the wrong information and scope, it is difficult to change later. Therefore, it is highly recommended that you hire experienced service firms to carry out this process properly and professionally.
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Yes, the details above, including the fee, are for establishing a foreign owned subsidiary. Service is also available to help you with establishing other forms of entity such as: representative offices, branches, joint ventures. The services for these can be found on the platform too.
There are multiple forms of entity such as: representative offices, branches, joint ventures. They each have pros and cons with implications on what you can do and cannot do in China as well as on your future tax / HR considerations. You can first try to understand these, then choose the appropriate form to suit your business plan and scope in China. The service includes an initial consultation to help you decide this.