In general, it depends on your requirements to decide what kind of entity to establish. All procedures need you or your company to prepare your legitimacy documentations which need to be notarized by a public notary and attested by the Chinese embassy or Consulate in the country in which you are based. A Credibility letter shall be prepared by your bank so that the Chinese government shall review your capital qualification and capacity to invest in China.
Preparation of documentation: client prepares relating documents (e.g. Business license, incorporation certificate, and credibility letter by bank). The clients then signs & stamps the files prepared by the lawyer (e.g. the agreement on the shareholding transfer, all application forms and the resolution of the board); asset evaluation report.
China is becoming the biggest “world manufacturer” and there are more and more foreign buyers taking part in all kinds of Chinese trade fairs (e.g. Canton Fair), trying to find good suppliers and purchasing Chinese products. Therefore it is very important for those buyers to conclude purchase contracts and also to perform the contract in the right way, complying with the framework of Chinese law.
With the development of Chinese economy and China is famous for its commodity of high quality but with low prices, more and more merchants prefer to purchase from China online. Some lawbreakers take advantage of the international transaction to defraud foreign buyer. Our team handles dozens of these kinds of cases and hereby we remind you of the following points based on our experience from the side of foreign Buyers.
I， ，am hereby undertaking to my employer __________ Co.,Ltd(hereafter refer to A) that during my work in my employment, I will respect and not-infringing the commercial secrets owned by A which are listed in the Appendix. Especially I undertake that I will use A’s customer data base to send commercial advertisement.
A bill of lading is a document which serves as an evidence of the contract of carriage of goods by sea and the taking over or loading of the goods by the carrier, and based on which the carrier undertakes to deliver the goods against surrendering the same. (“maritime law” Article 71), A bill of lading is shorted as the B/L. In international trade, the carrier issues a B/L to the consigner, then the B/L will be delivered from the consigner to the consignee and the consignee will take delivery of goods at the destination port by presenting the B/L original. The delivery of the original B/L to the consignee is mostly on condition that the full payment is received.