Company Incorporation Services in China
FastLane Group provides company incorporation services to local and foreign businesses to register their companies with the State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR) and obtain a Chinese Unified Social Credit Code (USC Code). Our team of experts provides assistance at every stage of the process, from local company set up to expanding into international markets.
Our philosophy, “From Local to Global,” reflects our dedication to helping support international ventures in the Chinese market and Chinese local businesses achieve international success. Join us and experience a smooth journey to business success!
Start your business in China with confidence!
We’ll be with you every step of the way, from choosing the right business structure to navigating the registration process.
Get your business running with our time-saving services.
Know exactly what you’re paying for with our transparent pricing structure. No hidden fees or surprises.
Foreign Company Registration Options in China
Choose the best structure for your business
We can help you navigate the process of registering a new company in China, whether you are expanding from overseas or are already in China. Here are the most popular foreign company registration options in China:
Joint Venture (JV)
A JV is a business entity that is jointly owned by a foreign investor and a Chinese investor. JVs are often used by foreign companies to gain access to the Chinese market and to benefit from the local partner’s expertise and connections.Request a quote
Wholly Foreign-Owned Enterprise (WFOE)
A WFOE is a limited liability company that is 100% owned by foreign investors. It is the most common type of business structure for foreign companies in China.Request a quote
Representative Office (RO)
An RO is an organization that represents a foreign company in China. ROs cannot engage in direct business activities, but they can provide market research, liaison services, and other support functions to their parent companies.Request a quote
Incorporating a Company Internationally
We can also assist you with incorporating your business in other marketRequest a quote
Not sure which business structure is right for your China business?
Schedule a free 30-minute consultation with us to get expert advice on the optimal business structure, capital investment, full foreign ownership options, shareholder requirements, and more.
We can help you choose the best business structure for your specific needs and goals, and navigate the registration process in China.
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Company Registration Services in China
Step 1: Lease contract negotiation
Chinese companies need a legal address for registration. We assist with due diligence and lease contracts.
Step 2: Information and document preparation
We’ll assist in company name, scope, stamps, and incorporation matters.
Step 3: Online application at the local Administration for Market Regulation (AMR)
Submit online application, get pre-approval from AMR for market regulation.
Step 4: Document preparation for the AMR
We’ll assist with preparing company documents for physical submission at the AMR.
Step 5: Company registration at the AMR
We’ll physically submit the documents at the AMR and obtain the business licenses.
Step 6: Post-registration procedures
Assistance provided in stamp carving, tax registration, licenses, and import/export procedures.
Step 7: Bank account opening and capital contribution
We’ll assist with opening bank accounts, capital contribution, CPA guidance, and more.
Frequently Answered Questions
Yes, a foreigner or foreign investor can own 100% shares in a company in China, through a wholly foreign-owned enterprise (WFOE).
The cost of setting up a business in China varies depending on the type of business, the location, and the number of employees. However, it is generally higher than in other countries.
Yes, foreigners can open a bank account in China. However, they will need to have a valid business license and other supporting documentation.