Partnerships: A New Form of Investment for Foreign Enterprises and Individuals

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Currently, foreign investors start business in China primarily in the form of Equity Joint Ventures, Cooperative Joint Ventures, Wholly Foreign Owned Enterprises ("WFOE") and Representative Office. However, the Measures initiate a new structure - foreign invested partnerships ("FIP") for foreign investors to invest and operate in China.

The Measures indicate that FIPs shall be governed by the Partnership Enterprise Law, issued as a general rule over partnership enterprises in 2007, and shall be limited by the Foreign Investment Industry Catalogue.

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