China CJV formationis also called China CJV setup, China CJV registration, China CJV
incorporation and China CJV establishment.
A Cooperative Joint Venture (CJV) is a joint venture between a
Chinese and a foreign company within the territory of China. More
and more enterprises come to register companies in Hong Kong and
overseas countries as a testing ground to win overseas market.
Then, based on the testing ground company, they invest in the
mainland aiming at setting up Sino-foreign joint ventures,
enterprises with Sino-foreign cooperation, and wholly foreign-owned
enterprises and forming the pattern of having stores in front and
factories behind, which can not only enhance the corporate image
and win the trust of overseas customers, but also can enjoy the
preferential policies of China.
What is Cooperative Joint Venture Company in China
A Sino-Foreign Cooperative Joint Venture (CJV) is a joint venture
between a Chinese and a foreign company within the territory of
China. The Chinese company usually provides the labor, land use
rights and factory buildings, while the foreign company brings in
the necessary technology and key equipment, as well as the capital.
The joint venture is based on a cooperative joint venture contract
in which matters like the terms of cooperation, the division of
earnings, the ownership of property upon the termination of the
contract term of the CJV, the sharing of risks and losses, etc are
laid down. The foreign investors could be foreign corporations
(including Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan), individuals or partners,
but Chinese investors must be corporations, not individuals.
Company Name of Cooperative Joint Venture Registration in China
In China, there are restrictions imposed on company name. In the
same trade or business, neither company name nor trade name could
be duplicated. Generally, the name consists of the four following
parts: administrative division (e.g. Shenzhen), trade name (e.g.
VINI Group), industrial characteristics (e.g. Business Management)
and organization form (e.g. Company Limited). The name is not
available until is verified and reserved by the administration for
industry and commerce. There are many factors you need to consider
when you name your company:
Registered Capital & Paid-in Capital of China Cooperative Joint
The minimum registered capital needed for Chinese companies is RMB
30,000 Yuan. The requirement of the registered capital is different
according to companies of different properties. The registered
capital can be prepared within 6 months since the business license
is signed. You can also prepare the registered capital by
installment in 1-2 years. If you choose payment by installments,
you are required to pay 20% of the registered capital in three
months, the rest by installments. The specific fixed number of
years is decided by how much the registered capital is.
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