A round-up of the latest business updates from Asia published by our international partner Dezan Shira & Associates.
Setting Up a Joint Venture in China
Joint ventures are a commonly used company structure in China. For foreign investors, there are two distinct reasons that a company may choose to enter into a joint venture.
Investing in China’s Healthtech Industry
China’s healthcare industry is facing an onset of new challenges due to the country’s rapidly ageing population. In 2014, the Chinese government pitched its healthcare sector as an area for foreign investment and has made it clear that healthtech is now a strategic area of development for China. This article looks at the digital solutions making improvements to China’s healthcare industry and the opportunities for foreign investment in this market.
Vietnam’s Competition Law and its Impact on Foreign Companies
Vietnam’s new Law on Competition came into effect on 1 July 2019. The new regulation focuses on competition-restraining agreements, market dominance, economic concentration and unfair practices. This article looks at the implications of the law or foreign companies investing in Vietnam.
How to set up a branch office in India?
A branch office is a suitable business model for foreign companies looking to establish a temporary presence in India. Most businesses use this as a means to learn more about the Indian market without having to make a long-term commitment.
This article will help businesses to assess whether a branch office meets their market entry requirements for expanding or diversifying into Asia.
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