Klako Group releases July newsletter on Re-Structuring Your China Investment

Over time many foreign invested companies (FIEs) change their China strategy due to the growth within their company and within their industry or due to unexpected obstacles that can arise in China. An increasing number of FIEs have re-structured their initial China entity by either expanding their existing operational business scope, becoming fully operational entities, increasing their investment capital or purchasing the shares from their Chinese Joint Venture to become a 100%-owned FIE. Companies have different motives for changing their structures and there are benefits and disadvantages that should be taken into account.

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