What is a Chinese Registration Bureau?

What is a Chinese Registration Bureau?

A Chinese Registration Bureau could refer to any number of government entities (at the national, provincial, or regional level), each of which issue particular certificates, licenses, or other official documents that allow a Chinese company to operate legally in China (and engage in foreign import and export activities).

Understanding the role, function, and issuances of the various governmental and administrative bodies in China can help you navigate the sometimes complex landscape of doing business in China with a Chinese company.

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Some of the most common registration bureaus include:

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