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Joint Venture in China

A Joint Venture is a Limited Liability Company (LLC) which is established through a partnership between a foreign investor and a Chinese company or individual (hence the name Sino-Foreign Joint Venture). JVs are legal investment vehicles frequently utilized to access areas of business in China which are restricted or prohibited.

The establishment of a Joint Venture is subject to various rules and regulations. To provide foreign investors a better understanding on the possibility to establish a Joint Venture and provide an overview of the requirements, we have prepared this white paper to address the most important considerations when establishing a JV in China. The white paper first introduces China’s current foreign investment climate. Afterwards an overview of the legal investment vehicles that are available to foreign investors for establishing a subsidiary in China is provided. Subsequently, we will discuss the important considerations of establishing a Joint Venture and set out a summary of the application procedures.
Please send your request in the contact form on the right to receive our white paper and to learn more about Joint Ventures in China.