The China Managers Handbook – How to manage your FIE

Jiangsu, Taicang, China | April 12, 2012

The Chinese market has been a magnet for companies from a plethora of different businesses for decades and still continues to do so. Many people are still looking to establish their own foreign invested enterprise (FIE) in China to be able to participate in this fascinating, ever-changing market.

However, a couple of questions arise when it comes down to founding your own FIE in China. Who should you put in charge? What are the crucial positions of a FIE? What does the Chinese Tax Law say about salaries received by employees of a FIE in China? If you are looking to create your own entity in China or have doubts about the setup of your current management structure in terms of controlling your company in China, we would like to invite you for a presentation and discussion on the liabilities of key personnel of FIEs in China.

The presentation will touch on the following:

  • The working structure of a FIE
  • Emphasizing the key positions of senior personnel
  • Chinese tax and legal regulations concerning the operation of an FIE in China.


For more information and RSVP click on the link to the German Chamber of Commerce.

Price: 190 RMB for German Chamber members, 240 RMB for non-members

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