Join us at the Shanghai Expat Show 2014 from Sep 5-7
Since 2007, Expat Show Shanghai dedicates its full resources to create the best platform for expatriates to find all information, products and services; they need for their everyday life in Shanghai.
The last Expat Show was successfully presented on September 6-8th, 2013 with more than 9731 visitors and more than 120 exhibitors. These figures strengthen the Expat Show position as the biggest gathering for the expat community in Shanghai and prove the importance of this exhibition.
The Expat Show Shanghai comes back for its 8th edition on September 5-7th, 2014 at the Shanghai Exhibition Center.
We at booth 24 A
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FRIDAY 5 Sep at 2.30
Shanghai Foreign Investment Zone Official Opening
The Official Opening of Shanghai Foreign Investment Zone will be Held at the Shanghai Expat show on the 5 September 2014
Shanghai Foreign Investment Zone (Shanghai FIZ or SFIZ), officially China (Shanghai) Foreign Investment Zone (Chinese: 上海外商投资区) is a Foreign trade zone in Shanghai, China. On July 01, 2014, the Council approved the establishment of SFIZ. and will be Officially launched on September 05, 2014 with the backing of Chinese Shanghai Fengxian Government and it is the first Foreign trade zone in mainland China.The zone covers an area of 74 square kilometres and integrates existing bonded zones in the district of Fengxian. The intention is for the SFIZ is to enable Foreign Companies to enter into the Chinese market more easily and also not have to inject the Registered Capital ( normally USD 120 000).The Companies also do not need to establish a real office but can use the a registered address in the zone. The SFIZ also boast a fast turn around time for approval in 5 days and complete set up in 30 days Shanghai Fengxian Government has appointed an official exclusive partner in the Zone in the company Corporation China a British Consulting Company based in Shanghai. Marco Pearman-Parish the CEO of Corporation China said in an interview on CCTV that the “Shanghai Foreign Investment Zone was truly a Hong Kong type approach to setting up a company in China and that it was a long awaited change to Government policy to do away with the high registered capital”.