Procedures for establishing enterprises in Xinjiang
Foreign companies, enterprises, other economic organizations and individuals may invest in running enterprises and other projects in Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region.
The establishment of foreign-funded enterprises shall be governed by Law of the People’s Republic of China on Chinese-foreign Joint Ventures, Law of the People’s Republic of China on Chinese-foreign Contractual Joint Ventures and Law of the People’s Republic of China on Foreign-Capital Enterprises.
Regulations concerning employment
According to Labor Law of the People’s Republic of China and Regulations on Labor Management of Enterprises with Foreign Investment, enterprises with foreign investment may, in accordance with needs of production and operation, decide the setup and staff size, and recruit employees on their own. Enterprises with foreign investment may employ human resources through multiple channels.
For instance, they may entrust intermediate institutions recognized by local labor department with recruitment, or they may recruit employees through talent fairs, or carry out ads through mass media.
If foreign-funded enterprises recruit employees in China, the foreign-funded enterprises and employees shall sign labor contracts in accordance with laws and regulations of China. In the labor contract, relevant matters shall be clearly stipulated, such as employment, dismission, wages, welfare, labor protection and labor insurance.
Enterprises with foreign investment may not employ child labor. Enterprises with foreign investment shall be responsible for the training of employees and set up an examination system to make sure the employees meet the needs of production and development of enterprises.
(This English version is only for reference. To learn more, please refer to the authoritative Chinese version)