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China Company Online Registration

Registered your Chinese company and open a China Bank Account all Online

Setting up a Company in China ONLINE

At Corporation China, we specialize in helping foreigners set up companies through a safe and secure process. With our legal and consulting staff, we have assisted in setting up thousands of companies in China, who have decades of collective experience in company registration and Chinese law. Please contact us for a free consultation.

For anyone trying to register their business in China, we can now offer a Fully Online solution and open the Chinese bank account via Video call This is even more evident for individuals unfamiliar with the China legal practice. However, with our expert staff who have had years of experience in the industry, we can help make the process of setting up a company in China seamless experience.

A Wholly Foreign Owned Enterprise (WFOE) can be incorporated to conduct general business activities in China
A WFOE provides to a foreign investor complete control of the day to day business and decision-making without any compulsory involvement from a Chinese partner.

Setting up a company in China accompanied by various things to consider therefore it is quite important to seek appropriate legal help in regards to foreign investors entering into the Chinese Market.

Corporation China has developed unparalleled expertise in setting up a WFOE ( wholly foreign owned enterprise) and can provide you with everything necessary to set up a company do business in china

Looking to begin the first step in building a business in China?

We are continuing our success opening foreign companies in China and providing unparallel professional services for obtaining a China business license for foreign company registrations.

China remains an undeniably beneficial location to set up a company and start a business as a foreigner. How can you set up a company in China as foreigner?

Corporation China is a leading developer in providing the professional assistance to wholly foreign-owned enterprises establishing their company offices in China and navigate the process of China company formation.

Shanghai is one of the top global seaports and largest trade zones in the world market. These business centers remain economic advantageous of creating a business in China and improving your business as a foreigner.

A fully operational global port and window into East Asian trade, the Shanghai Free-Trade Zone is a gateway into import-exports, manufacturing, joint-ventures, and strategic advantages of setting up a wholly foreign owned enterprise.

Corporation China is a uniquely positioned and experienced team of professionals who understand how to get a business license in China.

 Limited liability

The shareholders’ liability is limited to the capitalization registered by the company. This provides a higher level of security for both shareholders and investors.

Flexible options

A limited company is given the right to participate in all relative businesses in accordance to the business licenses that they possess. Company shareholders, directors, objectives, name, address are all flexible.


 Full control

By applying a corporate share structure (preferred shares) that is tiered, maintaining control of the company can be done by simply adjusting share voting rights and dividend allocations.

 Foreign ownership

It is possible for a foreigner to have full ownership of a company’s shares in China if their activities meet certain lenient or unrestricted criteria. Please ask us about foreign ownership options for more details.

 Corporate bank account online setup

Any company registered in China is eligible to apply for a corporate savings account, checking account and/or foreign currency account. Online banking is also available.

 Work permit & visa

According to a company’s registered capital and labor department criteria, an application for multiple work permits can be granted to accommodate foreign executives and staff members.

Company registration packages

Setting up a Chinese Company

Setting up a company in China accompanied by various things to consider therefore it is quite important to seek appropriate legal help in regards to foreign investors entering into the Chinese Market.

Corporation China has developed unparalleled expertise in setting up a WFOE ( wholly foreign owned enterprise) and can provide you with everything necessary to set up a company do business in china

Corporation China offers first-class solutions to all of the following requirements:

~ Registered Office address

A Registered Address is a good way to establish your Chinese Company as you do not need to rent an expensive office. It is legally required to have an “virtual” address to perform a WOFE company registration in China.

There’s no requirement for a real office, Corporation China can provide a registered address for the lifetime of the company to register your company in China.

Corporation China is the ONLY company that can supply a China WFOE Registered address that will be the PERMANENT Legal address of your company.

Package options

  • Corporate registration
  • BOI application
  • Foreign business license
  • Corporate bank account
  • Work permit & visa
  • Tax & VAT registration
  • Social fund registration
  • Business licenses
  • Registered address
  • Accounting & audit
  • Director services
  • Shareholder services
  • Compliance & administration
  • Domain registration
  • Trademarks & IP

Business structures

• Limited company (LLC)
• BOI company
• Export/manufacturing
• Amity Treaty (USA)
• TAT tourism
• Property/holding
• Registered partnership
• Sole proprietor
• Representative office
• Regional operating HQ

Options for registering a Thai company with 100% foreign ownership.

BOI – Board of Investment company

A BOI sponsored Thai company can have access to 100% ownership, tax incentives and other government allowances.

 US Treaty of Amity company

American citizens are allowed 100% foreign ownership of a company in Thailand by applying the Treaty of Amity.

 Majority foreign-owned limited company

A company is allowed to apply for a foreign business license through its demonstration of providing benefits to the country through technology, intellectual property sharing, investment and/or employment.

 Export company

A company with the sole purpose of exporting with total revenues amounting from outside of Thailand is eligible for 100% foreign ownership.

  Manufacturing company

A majority foreign owned company can legally purchase land for manufacturing purposes in two cases: have its business promoted by the Board of Investment (BOI) or have its factory within an industrial estate (not just an industrial park).

 Representative, branch, regional (HQ) office

Supplementary corporate registration for foreign companies is available. Each type conducts specific constraints on both its operations and generation of profit.

Pros and cons of a Thai limited company

Establishing a Thai limited company is the most popular method to setting up a business in Thailand. This is largely due to the fact that TLC’s share many similar characteristics with other co-operations in various developed nations. Therefore, many logistical processes may feel familiar to seasoned businesspeople, even if they have very little experience in Thailand. All limited companies have directors, shareholders (both Thai and foreign in many cases), promoters, and limited liability. Limited liability in this case refers to the idea that shareholders in a Thai company can only make a loss on invested capital. Thai limited companies are a popular means of doing business due to the numerous ways of generating profit.

Although issues like double taxation (on both the earnings of the company and dividends) exist, these problems can be easily resolved by rolling profits into the salaries of directors and other shareholders. Unlike certain joint ventures where duties and privileges can become a grey area, a Thai limited company’s rights and obligations are set in writing, ensuring that everyone has a clear understanding of their legal stance within a company. All legal privileges and concerns are clearly stated and available for reference when required.

Setting up a Thai limited company.

The process for establishing a Thai limited company has become considerably easier. Before July 1, 2008, it would take approximately six weeks. Now, it can be done as quick as one day. Additionally, only three mandatory shareholders are required to incorporate and register a new Thai limited company (as opposed to seven prior to 2008). These amendments came from the government’s motivation to encourage foreign businesses to thrive in the country. Foreign investment is now highly encouraged and is even more so following policy changes that have simplified the process of registering a new company is Thailand. If a company is majority owned by a foreigner, they must obtain a foreign business license prior to participating in any business activity. However, a Thai limited company that is majority owned by a Thai national will not run into such restraints. As a result, it is beneficial for many foreigners to form a partnership with a Thai national, in order to meet the legal requirements.

Company startup costs and fees.

Fees will vary based on the type of corporate structure and the overall scope of the legal work. We believe in transparent and reasonable pricing. Our corporate legal fees are mostly based on an itemized basis with the complete costs quoted prior to beginning the legal work. We assemble a comprehensive breakdown and analysis with the relevant government fees. We do not add any unnecessary fees after the fact. The government costs which are associated with the formation will include: costs for the registration of the company capitalization (per 1m baht), certification of documents, registration of memorandum, application for social fund, corporate licensing, work permit and Thai visa. Our legal and accounting Professionals are ready to discuss your business needs, and answer any questions you may have.

Supporting services for company setup

Every company must eventually undergo minor to major changes in its structure. These changes must be properly reported to the relevant authorities. So, in addition to assisting our clients with company registration (that roughly consists of six steps – registering the company name, filing the memorandum of association, statutory meeting, registering the company, registering for income tax and VAT and opening a corporate bank account), we can also help with corporate secretarial services and accounting.

Licensing

 

Accounting & audit

Work permit & visa

Registered address

Legal Services 

Not sure where to begin?

Get a free 30-minute consultation on starting and operating your company in Thailand.

Grace, Legal business services coordinator

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+1 253 777 0117 (US)
+44 (0) 20 8133 7773 (UK)
+61(0) 2 8006 1867 (AU)
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