Foreign Direct Investments in the US
The United States is the largest recipient of FDI in the world and as the global economy has developed, the United States must actively compete to retain and attract new investment.
Kingsfield has expertise on a wide scope of foreign investment matters including setting up structures and start-up enquiries, the formation of local companies, the establishment of branch and representative offices, drafting and negotiating definitive agreements such as joint ventures, shareholder agreements, sale and purchase contracts and other legal advisory services to international businesses establishing or carrying on business in or through the United States.
Foreign Direct Investments in China
Accounting for only 2.5% of the nation’s GDP, one may quickly assume China does not need FDIs.
Regardless, FDI is instrumental in bringing goods and services to the global marketplace, and the influx of foreign investment not only displays investor confidence in the business and the geopolitical climate of the host country, such capital also links national economies.
Kingsfield has extensive experience in franchise and foreign partnership with Chinese enterprises’ by external investments and transnational enterprises’ investment in China. Kingsfield performs Due Diligence for institutional investors and individuals looking to invest in China.
With a deep understanding of Chinese laws and regulations regarding market access, our lawyers assist clients to avoid legal risks during entries into the Chinese market.
Kingsfield Law helps international investors perform an audit of a potential investment or product to confirm all facts, such as reviewing all financial records, plus anything else deemed material. It refers to the care a reasonable person should take before entering into an agreement or a financial transaction with another party. Our due diligence services are conducted by our attorneys in both China and the United States. Click here to view our projects.