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Is it necessary for an overseas investor to complete a pre-establishment filing procedure prior to launching a mainland-based business?

Photo: Is it necessary for an overseas investor to complete a pre-establishment filing procedure prior to launching a mainland-based business?
Photo: Is it necessary for an overseas investor to complete a pre-establishment filing procedure prior to launching a mainland-based business?

Except in those sectors featured on the Central Government’s current Foreign Investment Negative List (such as the construction/management of nuclear facilities or the operation of logistics/courier services), an overseas investor looking to establish a mainland-based business may complete the required registration procedures directly with the relevant market regulation department. Additionally, all data pertinent to the proposed business must be submitted electronically via the Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) portal. As long as the above procedures are complied with, no separate pre-establishment filing is required.

For further details, please visit the following link:

Registration and Update Procedures for Foreign-Invested Businesses Revised

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