Guide to Doing Business in Asia Pacific 2016-2017
Mazars' Doing Business in Asia Pacific is a practical guide for businesses who have invested or are looking to invest in the region.
Asia has become a global growth driver, both local and international companies are seeking assistance from professional firms offering a large range of business expertise in Asia Pacific.
In this guide we have consolidated our local knowledge to provide you with an overview of the benefits and restrictions of each country. You will find here guidelines on how to establish an entity, the foreign business restrictions, investment incentives, work permits and visas, taxation, audit and accounting, country quirks and contact persons for the different countries.
Table of Contents:
●Asia Pacific: Compliance Made Easy
●Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR)
●Republic of Korea
A Bridge to Eastern and Western Markets
Australia boasts legal, political, financial and social systems that support new business. It's ongoing economic stability and market transparency make it an ideal base for those exploring new markets in the Asia-Pacific region.
Alongside a strong domestic industry in agriculture, mining and tourism, Australia offers direct links to fast-growing markets in Asia and established trade, tax and immigration agreements with Europe and the US.
Key Asian investors include China, Japan, Singapore, and Hong Kong.