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Trademark registration
Registering a trademark in China will help to protect the goods and services that your company provides by law, which in turn will allow the brand to gain a foothold in the Chinese market for a long time.
Our experts will help you go through the trademark registration procedure quickly and easily. We will help to collect all the necessary documents, apply for registration and receive a certificate of registration of your trademark as soon as possible. If necessary, our design team will help you to develop a trademark template tailored to your wishes.

· Preparation of a package of documents
· Submission of an application for registration of a trademark
· Verification by the Trademark Office.
· Issuance of a trademark registration certificate (商标注册证)
· The validity of a registered trademark is 10 years from the date of registration.
Steps of registration:
· Business License (营业执照)
· Trademark template
Documents required for registration:
A trademark can be a combination:
only text / only picture / text + picture.
Note
The Trademark Office usually completes the examination of a trademark application within 9 months from the filing date of the application and publishes it if the application complies with the relevant legal provisions. If no one objects to the published application within 3 months from the date of publication, the trademark will be registered and a registration certificate will be issued
Registered trademark is valid only in China. To guarantee your rights in other jurisdictions, including Hong Kong, you must submit separate local applications.


from 400 EUR
VAT refund
When exporting Chinese goods, the exporting company has the right to receive compensation from the state for the goods contained in the price and previously paid value-added tax. This is the return of VAT. Only companies registered in China can claim VAT refunds.
Our experts will help you prepare all the documents necessary for a tax refund and go through this procedure easily and quickly.
· Export declaration (退税申报)
· Export invoice
· Customs declaration of goods
· Bank statement (on receipt of funds for the goods)
Documents required:
The main documents for submission to the tax office:
· Monthly report
· Quarterly report
· Company Annual Report (工商年报)
· Annual tax report (税务年报)
· Financial statements
· Tax category approval document
Documents provided at the request of the tax office:

Note
Before the 15th day of each month, when submitting a VAT tax return, the company must apply to the competent authority with a statement about the "exemption, offset or refund of VAT".


from 400 EUR
Every year, trade turnover between Russia and China is only increasing, but at the same time, cases of fraud on the part of Chinese suppliers, which often work on a prepaid system, are not uncommon. After receiving the prepayment, the supplier may disappear, in the end it turns out that the contract was concluded with a non-existent company. To avoid such situations, you should check the company information in the China Companies Register.

Partner check
Every year, trade turnover between Russia and China is only increasing, but at the same time, cases of fraud on the part of Chinese suppliers, which often work on a prepaid system, are not uncommon. After receiving the prepayment, the supplier may disappear, in the end it turns out that the contract was concluded with a non-existent company. To avoid such situations, you should check the company information in the China Companies Register.
Before concluding an agreement with a Chinese company, it is necessary to check:
Annual financial reporting data
Main counterparties
(suppliers, buyers)
Information about bank accounts and loans of the company
Information about company management
Basic information about the company
(name, registered address, field of activity, registered capital, etc)
from 350 EUR
Regardless of the type of business or field of activity, a Chinese company may face financial difficulties, and company owners will want to consider liquidating the Chinese company. The process may be unavoidable for some enterprises, but this does not mean that the investor should stop doing business in China.
Company liquidation
Our experts in China will help you complete all the necessary legal steps required by law to liquidate a company in China. We will help you take all the necessary measures, complete your business and obtain the necessary documents confirming the liquidation and, finally, the dissolution of the company.

· Creation of a liquidation commission of two people, one of which is the legal representative and head of the commission
· Preparation of a liquidation report (after completion of settlements)
· Make a liquidation statement in 45 days
· Tax cancellation
· Revocation of a business license
· Cancellation of a bank account
· Cancellation of seals
Steps of liquidation:
· Business License (营业执照)
· General seal (公章), financial seal (财务章), personal seal (私章)
· Certificate of account opening (开户许可证) and usb tokens
· Information for entering the tax system
· The company's financial statements for the last three years
· Copy of legal representative ID
Documents required for liquidation:
Legal basis for liquidation
1
The procedure for the liquidation commission
(liquidation of property, determination of receivables and payables, financial audit, valuation of assets, valuation of land assets, valuation of intangible assets, etc.)
2
Determination of balance sheet assets and liabilities at the date of liquidation
3
Audit of liquidation, including current assets, foreign investments, fixed assets, current and long-term liabilities of the company
4
Assets are generally valued by institutions with the appropriate qualifications in accordance with relevant national laws and regulations. Valued fixed assets, real estate, intangible assets, etc. and on the basis of this, the liquidation commission carries out a comprehensive assessment
5
Confirmation of law of obligations, mainly explains the formation of law of obligations and the position of the creditor
6
A liquidation report must be prepared when applying for liquidation (after completion of settlements).
The liquidation report is submitted to the company registration authority and is an important document for deregistration of state institutions.
The liquidation commission provides information on the company's outstanding issues and litigation
7
Liquidation costs (in details)
8
Liquidation opinion, general assessment of all assets.
9