The Asia Pacific region is vast and diverse, comprising such countries as India, China, and Singapore, to name but a few. The abundance of natural resources and a highly-educated and skilled workforce presents a lucrative business opportunity for many Canadian businesses looking to expand their operations on an international scale. The tax systems and regulations across each country in the region are significantly different, however, and it is important to have trusted advisors on your side, to guide you through the complexities of doing business in a foreign region.
Fuller Landau’s International Business team is well-equipped to advise on potential tax implications of doing business in the Asia Pacific region, and our affiliated member firms from the Leading Edge Alliance (LEA) serve as our feet on the ground, across the region.
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