Macau


Macau was under jurisdiction of Chinese province Guangdong before the Common Era. In the 16th century Macau became one of the first European settlements in Southeastern Asia, colonized by the Portuguese. Portuguese used Macau as a port for carrying out trading activities with Guangzhou and other regions of China, as well as Japan. Portuguese expanded their territories gradually. In the 17th century they drained maritime domain, as a result, former island of Macau, which was connected to the continent only by a narrow neck of land, developed into a peninsula. After Portuguese sea rule was wrecked in the middle of 17th century, the city lost its trade hegemony. Later, Macau’s significance got reduced due to occupation of Hong Kong by Great Britain and opening of Chinese ports for external trade since 1842. In 1897 Macau became a separate colony of Portugal. During the Second World War Macau was occupied by the Japanese, but after its end Macau was taken over by Portugal again. Pursuant to a Sino-Portuguese Joint Declaration signed on 13 April 1987, Macau became the Macau Special Administrative Region (SAR) of the People's Republic of China on 20 December 1999. Being a part of China, Macau enjoys a high degree autonomy, has its own laws, legislation, monetary, customs and emigration systems and a membership in international organizations. Chinese central government conducts only foreign and defense matters. Macao will keep this status for the next 50 years.

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    Core Services

    The total amount of core services include incorporation services, legal services and delivery of documents by courier mail

    2600 USD

    — Incorporation

    including incorporation service and first year servicing

    100 USD

    — Registration fee

    depends on registered capital amount, if the minimum amount is registered, registration fee is 100 US dollars

    2500 USD

    — Corporate legal services

    including registered address and registered agent

    30 USD

    —Delivery of documents by courier mail

    DHL or TNT, at cost of a Courier Service

    Basic set of documents

    • Director Acceptance Letter

      signed by director (nominee or real director) and returned to be kept at the registered office in Macau

    Optional services

    900 USD

    Nominee Director

    Paid-up “nominee director” set includes the following documents

    Related services

    200 USD

    Tax Certificate

    Company’s tax residence certificate for access to double tax treaties network

    Tax number

    issued by tax authorities after company registration (M1 form) or in a year after rigistration (M8 form) indicating a company name, tax number and tax exemption.

    130 USD

    Business Registration Certificatr / 商业登记证明

    This document plays a role of Certificate of Incumbency and Certificate of Good Standing if such are needed due to the non-existance of both certificates in Macau

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