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Establishing a Company

  • Bruce W. Mitchell

Abstract

You have progressed up many steps of the Great Wall on your journey to manufacturing in China. You have completed the negotiations with the chosen industrial zone, and finalized and signed the memorandum understanding, and you have a lease or ownership agreement in hand. You have done all of the other things necessary that got you to this point—visited industrial parks, talked with other companies, had your environmental assessment approved, calculated the cost of doing business in your selected location in China, and chosen to move forward with this project on the other side of the world. The Chinese have a saying, “If the journey is 100 miles, traveling 90 miles is only half of it.” When you get to this point, you will find that there are many more stairs to climb. With these steps now completed, you are ready to move forward with the next major step—registering your new company.

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© Bruce W. Mitchell 2012

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