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Guangzhou, an ideal city to start up your business

HiTouch 24 November 2016

Guangzhou is located in the northern margin of the south, China south of Guangdong Province, is one of the starting point of the maritime Silk Road, Chinese "South Gate", Forbes best commercial city on the China from 2010.


Guangzhou newly registered commercial subjects reached 190,000 from January to September of 2016, up 22% over the previous year. By the end of September, the amount of different types of commercial subjects hit 1.467 million, 8% more than the national average growth rate.


In the third quarter of 2016, the city attracts 545 newly-registered foreign-funded enterprises, up 41.65% year-on-year. 408 of those enterprises are from Asia.


It is an ideal city for investors at home and abroad to start a business in China.


Our professional consulting team is capable of providing investors and enterprises from all over the world with feasible domestic company registration solutions, so as to save both your time and efforts.

Company Types for Foreigners to Choose

Foreigners from all over the world can register companies in China by choosing one of the following solutions.


For those who possess a company anywhere except China (but including Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan), you can choose to set up a representative office or register a Wholly Foreign-owned enterprise (short for WFOE) in China.


For those who possess no company anywhere (including China, Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan), if you want to register a company in China, you may need to register a Hong Kong company first.


A wholly foreign-owned enterprise refers to any such enterprise that is set up within the Chinese territory with the capital contribution totally made by foreign investors (namely foreign companies, individual persons or partners, including those in Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan). In general, such organization as of a limited liability company, namely a limited company, excluding, however, any affiliates, such as branch companies, offices and representative offices, which are set up by any foreign company or other economic organizations in China.