Getting To Hong Kong (HKG) From Shenzhen Airport (SZX)

Michael MicheliniBlog, Lifestyle, Travel0 Comments

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Many of our Mainland China readers and friends have been coming down to Hong Kong, and as the Shenzhen airport grows in size and scale, it makes more sense for them to first fly into Shenzhen and then cross over into Hong Kong. This post is all about coming from Shenzhen airport to HK. Read on for more details.

Will Amazon FBA Be Shutting Down Seller Accounts for Foreigners in China?

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In an attempt to inform people and spark conversation – I am alarmed at some messages I have been seeing in private Wechat groups. There have been cases of Amazon FBA accounts being shut down for logging in continuously from China, as an Overseas seller. If you want to know more about FBA sellers shut out issue, read more.

Word On The Street – Chinese Bank Tightening Affecting Chinese Sellers HK Bank Accounts

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The month of November has been a very informative month especially about the whole China banking situation. As we have discussed on this blog quite a bit, Chinese companies often leverage a Hong Kong business and bank account for their trading.
Today we will share some stories and make some speculations about how Chinese bank tightening affect Chinese sellers’ HK Bank Accounts

Rough Year For Hong Kong Business Scene

Michael MicheliniBlog, Corporate, Incorporation4 Comments

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What is the future for international business? What is the future for Hong Kong business? Today, let’s brainstorm what’s happening in the industry and the rest of the world. If you are a businessman wondering about hong kong business future and international business, read on.

How To Open An International Bank Account

Michael MicheliniBanking, Blog, Corporate0 Comments

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Are you “going global” and want to “branch out” from your home country and have a “location independent” company and lifestyle? You would need an international bank account (or at least an international friendly one) to be successful and avoid a ton of issues when dealing with a local bank that isn’t sophisticated enough to deal with international business and activity.