Doing business in...

This page gathers all the Doing Business Guides available so far in all Mazars countries. These publications aim at presenting Mazars to investors wishing to do business overseas.

Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions about any of these publications, we will be more than pleased to provide you with additional information.

Doing Business Guide in Australia 2016-2017

This guide is a comprehensive tool which will assist in navigating through the legal, tax and accounting environment in Australia and providing insight as to how best capitalise on the opportunities offered by the Australian market.

Doing Business In Denmark 2015

The purpose of this publication is to give an introduction to those considering conducting business in Denmark, either by establishing a company or a branch or in other ways.

Doing Business in the Czech Republic

"Doing Business in the Czech Republic" is a document designed to facilitate the exploring and research of business opportunities for individuals who wish to invest or start a business in the Czech Republic. This document presents an overview of the different aspects of business practices and methods that characterize the Czech Republic.

Doing business in Canada

"Doing Business in Canada" is a document designed to facilitate the exploring and research of business opportunities for individuals who wish to invest or start a business in Canada. This document presents an overview of the different aspects of business practices and methods that characterize Canada, and particularly Québec.

Doing business in China

This Business & Taxation guide 2014 aims to provide an overview of the People’s Republic of China to businesses wishing to do business in this booming market.

Setting up in France: a practical guide

This practical 2017 guide explains the main legal, accounting, payroll and taxation regulations for companies considering to do business in France. It has been prepared especially for international groups who would like to invest in France, where more than 20,000 foreign companies are already established, running businesses under many different legal forms.

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