Volume 38 (2017)

Volume 38 (2017) / Issue 2

Xiaoyang Zhang, 'What Does China’s Sole Proprietorship Law Mean to Foreign Business People?' (2017) 38 Business Law Review, Issue 2, pp. 61–63

Abstract

This article attempts to explore the feasibility of foreign business people establishing their operational base in China in the form of a sole proprietorship. Though a sort of business vehicle hardly utilized by foreign investors and entrepreneurs in the past, with China’s more liberalized and prudently architected legal framework governing foreign capital in the offing, some suitable foreign sole proprietors may expect to legitimately find their niche in the sizable Chinese market, despite the necessity of having to overcome certain hindrances along the way.

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