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Tourism Industry Calls for Measures to Control Number of Tourists Visiting Attractions

China’s tourism industry is calling for measures to control the number of tourists visiting some of China’s top attractions. The National Tourism Administration have urged relevant authorities to implement such measures as they saw a travel peak in top tourist attractions due to the National Day holidays. The remarks on implementing such measure came after [...]

Oct 7 2013, 9:12 am | Posted in Civil | Read More »

More Chinese Residency Permits Issued to Foreigners Living in China

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The head of the Ministry of Public Security Bureau of Exit and Entry Zheng Baigang said that more Chinese permanent residency permits were granted in 2012 than in the previous years, up more than 83 percent from 2011. For those who received residency permits were family members of people working in China, executives, professors and [...]

Sep 18 2013, 9:33 am | Posted in Visas | Read More »

Foreigners Comments on Implementation of New Rule on Processing Residency Permits

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Foreign executives living and working in China are upset as authorities implemented a new rule that allows them to hold their passports up to 15 working days while processing and renewing residency permits stating that this can hinder potential business travel around China and abroad. These changes are proof to those people that are arguing [...]

Sep 11 2013, 12:34 pm | Posted in Visas | Read More »

Beijing Releases Plans to Curb Emissions to Improve Air Quality

The city of Beijing have released a series of measures that will help in curbing vehicle emissions for the next five years as part of the plan to improve the air quality in which the city hope that the new measure will reduce the PM2.5 down by 25 percent or more in 2017. Based on [...]

Sep 4 2013, 8:46 am | Posted in Civil | Read More »

China Strengthens Enforcement of 24-Hour Registration Rule for Foreigners

China’s new Exit and Entry Law, which came into effect on July 1, 2013, requires all foreigners to register with their local public security bureau within 24 hours of arrival in the country, and failure to do so will result in a maximum fine of RMB2,000. The new Exit and Entry Law has laid down [...]

Aug 22 2013, 9:38 am | Posted in Visas | Read More »

Shenzhen Issues FAQs on Tax Exemption Policy for Small and Micro-Sized Enterprises

China Released the “Circular on Temporary Exemption of Value-added Tax (VAT) and Business Tax (BT) for Certain Small and Micro-Sized Enterprises (caishui [2013] No.52, hereinafter referred to as the ‘Circular’)” on July 29, which stipulates that certain small-scale VAT taxpayers and BT taxpayers with monthly sales amounts not exceeding RMB20,000 may be temporarily exempted from VAT and [...]

Aug 15 2013, 8:56 am | Posted in Taxation | Read More »

China’s Criminal Law Tackles Bribery of Foreign Officials

Billion-dollar investments by Chinese companies into developing countries within Asia, Africa and South America have made international headlines in recent years. However, with the growing overseas presence of Chinese firms, a new corporate management issue has been brought to the attention of the Chinese government concerning the bribery of foreign officials by Chinese companies. In [...]

Jul 30 2013, 10:32 am | Posted in Criminal | Read More »

Guangzhou the Third Mainland City to Offer Visa Free Entry

Guangzhou will be the third mainland city after Shanghai and Beijing to offer a 72 hour transit for travelers from dozens of countries. The short term visa plan was announced last Tuesday by provincial authorities describing it as a boon for tourism around the Pearl River Delta. Starting August 1, countries those are eligible for [...]

Jul 26 2013, 8:02 am | Posted in Visas | Read More »

South Korea to Issue Multi-Entry Visas to Chinese Tourists

South Korea is planning to issue multi entry visas to Chinese tourists in hopes to push the number of visitors into the country. The number of local tourists to South Korea has been slowly rising in the past years and by giving them a multi entry visa will encourage more people in traveling to the [...]

Jul 19 2013, 12:51 pm | Posted in Visas | Read More »

Cities Needs to Resolve Registration

Based on a report given by the National Development and Reform Commission is saying that in order to facilitate the orderly migration of people from rural to urban areas government of small cities and town needs to resolve the household registration obstacles. The head of National Development and Reform Commission Xu Shaoshi presented the reports [...]

Jul 1 2013, 8:20 am | Posted in Visas | Read More »

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