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“Our commitment to providing world-class assurance, tax, and advisory services has earned us a reputation of service excellence. We stand at the forefront of the industry, with the unique combination of local knowledge, professional expertise, and strong international capabilities and presence. Our partners and employees are keen on providing top quality professional services. We look forward to contributing to our clients’ business success.”

Xu Hua, Managing partner

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China's gateway city to growth

Shenzhen 300x300.jpgShenzhen: China’s buzzing high-tech hub

We have put together a number of short guides that cover everything from local business support, infrastructure and tax regulations to cultural differences, industrial strengths, and key growth opportunities.

These cities may not be front of mind but they act as springboards for businesses hoping to access markets or industries all over the world.

Begin your Chinese adventure through Shenzhen

Expanding your business to China?

Expanding into new international markets can be challenging due to the many issues to consider and resolve. Our Unlock China service can provide expert advice and insight to support you every step of the way. From helping you find the best location, to setting up a branch or subsidiary, we are committed to providing pragmatic and timely advice that allows you to focus on achieving your business goals.

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Global strength

Grant Thornton is one of the world’s leading organisations of independent assurance, tax and advisory firms. With more than 58,000 Grant Thornton people, across over 136 countries, we are focused on making a difference to clients, colleagues and the communities in which we live and work.

Grant Thornton provides solutions that can help mid sized and global companies grow and optimise their operations

Why Grant Thornton

Established in 1981, we are one of China's first accounting firms, and among the first Chinese accounting firms to qualify to engage in securities business, futures and financial audit work, in addition to audit work for extra-large state-owned enterprises. We are also a PCAOB registered firm and have been awarded the H-Share licence, which enables us to sign off audits of Chinese-incorporated companies that are listed in Hong Kong (which are known as 'H-Share companies').