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Your Embassies in China


Embassies can be an ally in helping you - learn about  market in China through research and data collected. Seek for emergency help, etc.


- United States Embassy in Beijing, United States Consulates in Chin: Chengdu| Guangzhou| Shanghai| Shenyang



- Other Embassies in Beijing

Chinese Embassy


The Chinese embassy, same as other embassies, views promotion of trade and investment as major goals.

- Chinese Embassy in Wash, DC

- Embassy of China in other countries


passport and visa

Click here for Chinese Visa Forms

Visa



Visas are available from Chinese embassies and consulates in most countries.  Visas are not required by Western nationals visiting Hong Kong.

Chinese Government


- Chinese government homepage

-  Ministry of Foreign Trade

- State Economic & Trade commission

- Chinese Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CPIT)

- Ministry of Foreign Affairs

- Ministry of Science & Technology

- Ministry of Commerce

- Ministry of Land & Resource Management for China/State Development

- Ministry of Agriculture



Chinese Council for the Promotion of International Trade

CCPIT encourage participation in international business competition and cooperation.  As the largest trade promotion organization in China, it offers a wide range of services to both Chinese and foreign businesses.    

Trade Fairs


Want to do deeper research on a particular trade fair or a business opportunity, click below for a list of websites covering these subjects.
exhibition in China
Trip Journals:

Industrial Parks and Industrial Zones

industrial parks in Asia
Chinese Companies Directory

industrial parks in Asia
Chambers of Commerce

Most countries have Chambers of Commerce made up of member  companies doing business in China.  Typically large Chambers of Commerce have a hired staff person who acts as the Executive Director.  Smaller Chambers may have only a volunteer staff.  Chambers of Commerce often are good sources of information on the ease or difficulty in doing business in China.  Often times they can refer you to members who have detailed insight into set-up problems, the incidence of corruption or other challenges.
 
Foreign Chambers of Commerce:
Amcham-Beijing | Amcham-Shanghai | Britiish | Hong Kong | Swedish | European Union | India

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