start-up business in China
Category: Business and Money > Small Businesses
Asked by: laohutaile-ga
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30 Nov 2006 11:27 PST
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Question ID: 787142
In order to open a WFOE (wholly foreign owned enterprise) in China I am required to present to Chinese authorities some paperwork called 'certification of legal status'. What exactly is this document and where in the U.S. can I obtain it?
Re: start-up business in China
Answered By: pafalafa-ga on 21 Dec 2006 07:31 PST
Here is a good overview of the process for starting up a WFO in China: http://lunaticwisdom.com/blog1/2006/11/24/detailed-joint-venture-start-up-checklist-adaptable-for-wholly-owned-foreign-enterprises/ As for certifying your legal status, this appears to be up to the local authorities in China to whom you submit your paperwork. If you are incorporated in the US -- that is, registered with a state Secreatry of State --that would probably be your best source of obtaining a statement of your legal status. For instance, using New York State as an example, the following documents are available for a given coproration: http://www.dos.state.ny.us/CORP/busfile.html BUSINESS CORPORATION FILINGS I would suggest that the "Certificate of Incorporation" would serve as your best bet for certifying your legal status to local Chinese authorities. Best of luck, pafalafa-ga
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