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Setting Up Joint Ventures in China

  • Chris Devonshire-Ellis
  • Andy Scott
  • Sam Woollard

Part of the China Briefing book series (China Briefing)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-vii
  2. Chris Devonshire-Ellis, Andy Scott, Sam Woollard
    Pages 1-21
  3. Chris Devonshire-Ellis, Andy Scott, Sam Woollard
    Pages 23-73
  4. Chris Devonshire-Ellis, Andy Scott, Sam Woollard
    Pages 75-77
  5. Chris Devonshire-Ellis, Andy Scott, Sam Woollard
    Pages 79-86
  6. Chris Devonshire-Ellis, Andy Scott, Sam Woollard
    Pages 87-105
  7. Chris Devonshire-Ellis, Andy Scott, Sam Woollard
    Pages 107-112
  8. Back Matter
    Pages 113-114

About this book

Introduction

This brand new guide book is a comprehensive overview of establishing joint ventures in China. It details all applicable decision making processes such as assessing your potential partner, choosing the relevant JV structure, conducting legal and financial due diligence. The guide contains complete JV contract and articles of association as well as an overview of JV law, details negotiation issues, land use rights, IP Protection and technology transfer, in addition to tips on staff hiring and HR. It also describes the tax and audit responsibilities in addition to buying out a JV partner and liquidations. It is a concise, detailed yet pragmatic guide of use to anyone considering or owning a JV in China.

Keywords

Decision making processes Joint Ventures in China Legal and Financial Due Diligence Protecting Your IP Tax and audit responsibilities

Editors and affiliations

  • Chris Devonshire-Ellis
    • 1
  • Andy Scott
    • 2
  • Sam Woollard
    • 3
  1. 1.Asia Briefing Ltd.Dezan Shira & AssociatesTsim Sha Tsui, KowloonHong Kong/PR China
  2. 2.Asia Briefing Ltd.Dezan Shira & AssociatesTsim Sha Tsui, KowloonHong Kong/PR China
  3. 3.Asia Briefing Ltd.Dezan Shira & AssociatesTsim Sha Tsui, KowloonHong Kong/PR China

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