Company registration in Mainland China

There are three common forms of enterprises for foreigners in Mainland China: Joint Venture (JV), WOFE (Wholly-owned Foreign Enterprise), Representative office (RO). WOFE (Chinese: 外商独资企业) refers to a company in China that is solely invested and controlled by foreign parties. Setting up a WOFE requires an agreed level of foreign capital to be invested and

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COVID-19: our response

Governments together with health authorities from all over the world try to limit the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). Taken measures affect not only the life of every individual person but also the way companies can operate and do the business. How Sperton operates? Sperton team has experience with using remote workflow for some employees long

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Remote workforce management

Coronavirus outbreak has created many inconveniences for businesses: travel restrictions, health scares, quarantines. Companies are faced not only to opportunity (as it was before) but also to the necessity of building a culture that allows more work flexibility. Who works from home? Not all businesses are lucky enough to allow their employees to work from

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China today

COVID-19, Corona Virus Disease 2019, has seriously affected the whole Chinese society, from top to bottom and also the rest of the world. How is China today? The official first working day after the Chinese New Year was delayed to 2nd of February 2020. But for some mega city, it has been delayed to 10th

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China work permit

China follows the international system and issues visas according to its laws and regulations which may be modified from time to time. If you want to legally work in Mainland China, you will need a work permit and a residence permit. Being acquainted with key information regarding this helps you avoid wasting time, money and making annoying

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