Working in China Visa and Social Insurance Policy

by swisscham in Business

After having taken the decision to enter the Chinese market, your company might have to dispatch a current employee from Switzerland to your Chinese entity. Any Swiss company with a foreign invested entity-WFOE, JV, Partnership Enterprise, or Foreign Representative office in China are eligible to dispatch or hire foreign staff in China. Companies which don’t have any legal entity in China are not allowed to dispatch or hire neither local staff nor foreign employees in China. For the foreign investors entering China, knowing the Chinese working visa policy and application procedure as well as the local social insurance policy is quite important before sending any experts to China. Switzerland Global Enterprise herewith compiles an overview of the latest policy, procedures and useful information about working in China for foreign employees.

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