Open a Company in China

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How to open a company in China


1. Passport Copy 2. Residential Address Proof
1. Certificate of incorporation
2. Business profile

for Company Name Approval

The new company name must be available, verified, not trademarked and approved. The company name must be in Chinese and cannot include "China" in the name. An English name can also be designated, but is optional. The Chinese name of the company is the legally binding name.


1. Company Constitution (AOA)
2. Legal Representative Form
3. Company Registration Form
4. Company Supervisor Form

Bank Account

Once the company is registered and the business license is issued, apply to obtain a tax registration number from the local tax bureau and organize an interview with a bank to open the corporate bank account.

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China Company Registration

There are several different types of business entities that can be registered in China, including sole proprietorships, partnerships, and limited liability companies. The most common type of business entity for foreign investors is the wholly foreign-owned enterprise (WFOE). A WFOE is a limited liability company that is 100% owned by foreign investors. Another option for foreign businesses is to establish a representative office (RO). An RO is not a legal entity and cannot engage in profit-making activities. Instead, it serves as a base for conducting market research and promoting the parent company’s products or services in China.

Companies in China must have a minimum of 1 shareholder and a maximum of 50 shareholders. Both individuals & companies can be shareholders.

Companies in China must have a designated legal representative, a company supervisor and a financial manager. The legal representative and supervisor should reside in China, and the financial  must be a Chinese citizen or entity.

There is no minimum registered capital  in China although 100,000 CNY is the arbitrary and recommended amount. The funds do not have to be injected into the corporate bank account.

Companies in China must have a physical registered address that is able to receive mail correspondence.