New landscapes of doing business in China

Practical guidance for UK businesses selling goods and services into China

China is increasingly a key market for UK businesses. UK exports of goods to China have more than doubled since 2010 and increased by over 37% in the last 2 years. In 2013, China was the UK’s seventh biggest export market. Clearly many UK businesses are now looking at this opportunity and considering how to do business in China.

This guide, produced in conjunction with UK Trade & Investment (UKTI), looks at some of the considerations and practicalities of exporting and establishing in China. Whether your business is just starting out on the journey or is further along in the process and perhaps considering a physical presence, the guide covers some of key considerations, including:

  • Business strategy
  • Government regulations
  • Operating structures
  • Location
  • Taxation
  • Foreign Exchange controls
New landscapes of doing business in China
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