When looking to expand your business internationally, the robust economic environment for foreign investment in Belgium can prove very attractive.
However, to take full advantage of these investment opportunities, aspiring investors must be aware
of the many practical aspects involved in starting up a business abroad. Our specialized team understands both the Belgian as well as the Chinese system and is ready to facilitate your transition abroad.
Below you can find a graphical overview of the incorporation process for a Belgian limited liability company (public or private).
Please bear in mind that in case you want to send Chinese individuals to work in Belgium for a period exceeding 90 days, you first need to obtain a Belgian Single Permit for these employees and/or a Belgian Professional Card for the self-employed (e.g. company directors). The Single Permit and/or Professional Card are needed to exercise professional activities in Belgium. Furthermore, a visa will need to be obtained prior to coming to Belgium to allow legal entry on the Belgian territory.