Author: Horizons

China business: 5 tips to help your foreign-invested company recover faster from COVID-19

As China moves through its COVID-19 economic recovery phrase, restrictive measures to prevent coronavirus clusters in the workplace are gradually being rescinded. Nonetheless, many companies continue to struggle to get back on their feet. At Horizons, we are successfully helping companies implement corporate solutions based on our four pillars COVID-19 crisis service strategy that helps…

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Here are 4 reasons to launch your business in China in 2020

On 20 May 2020, Horizons, in partnership with Digital Crew, will host a webinar on Launching Your Business in China. The one-hour event will begin at 9am Rome, 3pm Shanghai, 5pm Sydney (+07:00 GMT[DP1] ). Featured will be Horizons regional partner Lucia Netti, who will be sharing her expertise on establishing the right legal framework for businesses…

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Horizons answers your current questions about China visas and residence permits relating to COVID-19

During the COVID-19 pandemic, Horizons consultants have been advising foreign nationals who are working or residing in China regarding visa and residence permit issues. In particular, many questions have arisen associated with the automatic visa/residence permit extension effective from 27 February and the temporary entry ban of all foreign nationals effective from 28 March. One…

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Don’t let the coronavirus kill your Chinese subsidiary. Horizons can help you act fast to stop the damage done by COVID-19.

“Simply put, failing to take advantage of pro-business policies and measures put forth in the face of COVID-19 will hamper your business to no end, even sending it to its demise. Horizons has the resources, the ‘know-how’ and the finesse to get your business back on track and keep it there." —Danny Luk, Horizons Senior…

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China business: Shanghai issues one-off subsidies for COVID-19 control and prevention enterprises and enterprises severely affected by the epidemic

On 20 March, the Municipal Economic and Information Commission and the Municipal Finance Bureau of Shanghai Municipality issued a subsidy to support epidemic prevention and control enterprises who resumed work during the Chinese Spring Festival and those enterprises within industries severely affected by the coronavirus epidemic. Epidemic prevention and control enterprises During the Chinese Spring…

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