China’s FDI expanded a vigorous 6.9 percent in the first eight months of this year, to $85.36 billion, signaling the country's continuous appeal to foreign investors. As China continues to expand its market access and further administrative reform, setting up a business here has never been easier.
But still, do you know what specific documents are needed, and what the general procedures are? Find the answers in this video.
It’s the third episode of a five-part series on China’s business environment. Find the previous episodes below and stay tuned for more.
Explained: China's new Foreign Investment Law
Explained: How China's Negative List works