Baker & McKenzie's Operation China: An Investor's Manual

Operation China is the only investment guide that examines both the theory behind operating an enterprise in the PRC and how it works in practice. Unlike other similar publications, Operation China looks beyond the difficulties of establishment and instead focuses on the problems and questions that arise in the course of daily business.

What makes Operation China different?

For every area of business that is included, Operation China offers:

  • Comprehensive legislative overviews
  • Enforcement of the law in practice
  • Common business difficulties and possible solutions
  • Strategies for pre-empting problems

Operation China also makes extensive use of reference tables and at-a-glance charts that enable investors to quickly assess the advantages and drawbacks of planning strategies, options to resolve problems or various measures to prevent difficulties arising in the future.

Operation China offers answers to many of the most frequently asked questions about running a foreign-invested enterprise in China. Every chapter deals with a different area of business operations and provides an overview of the legislative environment, discusses how the law is enforced in practice, gives tips on how to avoid common problems, and offers advice on resolving difficulties.

CORPORATE LIABILITY IT AND THE INTERNET
  • Briberty and corrupt practice
  • Forms of legal liability
  • Corporate officer liability
  • New telecommunications regulations
  • E-commerce and on-line business in China
  • Validity of on-line contracts
FOREIGN EXCHANGE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
  • Importing and exporting currency
  • Foreign exchange loans
  • Distinguishing between different accounts
  • Enforcement of intellectual property rights
  • Strategies for combating counterfeiters
  • Registering intellectual property
DEBT COLLECTION INVESTMENT INCENTIVES
  • Minimizing bad debt levels
  • Late payments and options for recovery
  • Qualifying for tax reductions
  • Location-based investment incentives
HUMAN RESOURCES IMPORT PROCESSING
  • Recruitment, working hours and conditions
  • Employers' liability for social security payments.
  • Termination of employees
  • Import processing vs. processing and assembly
  • Security bank deposit system
  • Inter-company processing
MARKETING AND ADVERTISING
  • Advertisements: requirements and restrictions
  • Marketing strategies and unfair competition


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