Selling in China: Considerations for US companies
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Already a key location for manufacturing, China is rapidly becoming one of the largest consumer markets in the world. Yet for newcomers to the market, selling goods in China can be a complicated task.
Join presenters from RSM and RSM Nelson Wheeler (Hong Kong) on Monday, Oct. 24 as they discuss the key issues U.S. companies should take into consideration when selling goods in China.
Our presenters will discuss topics and answer your questions on a range of topics, including:
- Key factors for setting up in China - Foreign exchange rates, customs and duty, value added tax (VAT) and transfer pricing considerations, among others.
- Most common structures - A review of the three common structures to sell to the China market.
- Structure considerations for US companies - Weighing the advantages and disadvantages of these selling structures.