China offers many opportunities for global food exporters looking to enter a large and profitable market. However, the country’s food import process can be very hard to navigate for first time exporters, due to its fragmented and localized system. Through the report, various legal issues that needed to be concerned have provided for IBL Sdn. Bhd. in order to be succeed in China. The process of exporting meat into China is complicated and time consuming when compared with the others countries, referring to the legal issues outlined and measures recommended above can make the process smoother and more effective. At the stage of pre-exporting, the documents and licenses required can determine the effectiveness of following exportation steps which provide the right to sell in China for IBL Sdn. Bhd. Other than that, the safety and hygiene issues are the major concern of authorities in food products trading. The general and specific rules on labeling and product processing are gaining more and more attention as many food safety problems have arisen and caused illnesses in China over past few years. In particular, the food safety issues will create threat to consumers and also risk IBL Sdn. Bhd. for potential legal proceedings.Besides, in the midst of exportation, the employment related laws and regulations required highly attention from IBL Sdn. Bhd. as the company will need to collaborate with local workforce. In addition, the partnership with local distributors is also an essential step for the company, by carrying out effective agreements to avoid legal risks in the future. The laws and regulations regard marketing and advertising is the key element determining the sustainability of IBL Sdn. Bhd. In China.In overall, IBL Sdn. Bhd. should comply with the regulations throughout the exportation process to ensure the company’s success in one of the world’s largest consumer markets.