DUBLIN--(http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/7q46nb/cfo_guide_to) has announced the addition of John Wiley and Sons Ltd's new book "CFO Guide to Doing Business in China" to their offering.)--Research and Markets (
“Finally a book that many of us have been waiting for. It offers great insights into business practices in China. This is definitely an essential book for those looking to work or do business in China.”
Prase for 'CFO Guide to Doing Business in China'
An excellent handbook for the CFO. This guide will certainly appeal to those (non-Chinese) CFOs already based in China or operating remotely outside of China; what will be especially valuable is the practical guide to the process of establishing an entity there. The effective positioning of the case studies highlights/illustrates the importance of key aspects of the bread-and-butter issues, such items as currency control regulations accounting practices and taxation, etc. And quietly inserted throughout the book are a few words of understated but prudent words of advice. A timely reminder to the CFO that there are no guaranteed results in China.
- Ian Butler, Regional Human Resources Director, Asia Pacific, Templeton Asset Management
"Finally a book that many of us have been waiting for. It offers great insights into business practices in China. This is definitely an essential book for those looking to work or do business in China."
- Tan Wan Seng, General Manager, Hanson Building Materials (SINGAPORE) Pte Ltd
Key Topics Covered:
Chapter 1: Getting Started I: Market Entry Strategy and Study.
Chapter 2: Getting Started II: Establishing the Entity.
Chapter 3: China's Accounting System.
Chapter 4: Foreign Exchange Controls.
Chapter 5: Taxation.
Chapter 6: China's 2008 Corporate Tax Reform.
Chapter 7: Audit and Annual Inspection.
Chapter 8: Hiring and Employment.
Chapter 9: The 2008 Labor Contract Law.
Chapter 10: Outsourcing.
Chapter 11: Risk Management and Internal Audit.
Chapter 12: Expanding Across China.
Chapter 13: Mergers and Acquisitions in China.
Chapter 14: Financing Options.
Chapter 15: Negotiation.
Chapter 16: Culture
Chapter 17: Closing a Business in China.
Mia Kuang Ching.
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Source: John Wiley and Sons Ltd