Doing business in China: from contracts to a business establishment
Liao, Z. (2012). Doing business in China: from contracts to a business establishment. NZLawyer, 197, 21-22.
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There are two basic ways for a New Zealand company (or other business organisation) to do business in China. One is to enter into contracts with business partners in China to purchase and/or export your products and services to China. The other is to set up in China a business establishment, either a company or a liaison office, to deal or assist with the business.
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