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Practical China Legal Guides for Small Businesses: On Chinese Turnover Tax, Sales Contracts, Reporting Rules and Employee Handbook

By EU SME Centre | Press Article      05.09.2016     Tags:

Check out the EU SME Centre's new guides to learn how to minimise business risks in China, save your tax costs, streamline internal HR rules and carry out proper reporting to avoid penalties for non-compliance.  

The first set of guides in our Legal Essentials Series provide in-depth and practical information which you can use as a basis for drafting your own sales contract and employee handbook and make accurate tax calculation. 

 

Drafting Sales Contracts When Exporting to China

Price: 50 EUR

Get the confidence to put together a strong sales contract, helping you to export more safely and smoothly. Key contents include Payment Terms, Terms of Delivery, IP Rights Protection, Choice of Law, Dispute Settlement and more. Learn More>

 

Understanding China's Turnover Tax System

Price: 80 EUR

Understand the latest turnover tax rules in China for different industries, learn what taxes apply to cross-border business, and when exemptions, deductions or refunds apply. Get useful formulae to show how to make accurate calculations for your own business. Learn More>

 

Preparing an Employee Handbook in China

Price: 50 EUR 

Use this guide as a basis for drafting your employee handbook to streamline internal HR rules and avoid common labour disputes in China. Key contents include Recruitment Procedures, Remuneration, Workplace Security, Termination, Confidentiality and Non-Compete, Labour Unions and more. Learn More>

 

Understanding Company Administrative and Reporting Rules in China

Price: 80 EUR

Foreign invested companies in China are obliged to comply with many administrative duties, such as regular reporting, filing and registrations. Get this guide to become familiar with administrative duties - including content, procedures and deadlines - required for Foreign Invested Enterprises (FIE) and Representative Offices (RO) by Chinese legislation and regulation. Learn More>

 
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