Doing Business in the Asia-Pacific

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. However, the tax systems and regulations across each country in the region are significantly different and it is important to have trusted advisors by your side, to guide you through the complexities of doing business in this region.

Fuller Landau’s International Services team will advise on the 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.

For some comprehensive information on local business conditions, please click on the relevant country or jurisdiction, below. All guides and selected articles have been provided by our LEA affiliate firms and are available on the Leading Edge Alliance website, here. Fuller Landau is not responsible for the accuracy of the information in the guides and articles published by Leading Edge Alliance or by its member firms. Readers should be advised that the documents contained herein are to provide general information only. Accordingly, the information in the documents is not intended to constitute accounting, tax, legal, investment, consulting or other professional advice or services. Before making any decision or taking any action, readers should consult a qualified professional advisor.

Cambodia:

China:

  • Guide: Doing Business in China – click here
  • Guide: Free Trade Zones in China – click here
  • Guide: Work Visa Unified Work Permit in China – click here

Hong Kong:

India:

  • Guide: Direct Taxes in India Explained – click here
  • Guide: Entry Options for Foreign Investors in India – click here
  • Guide: Gearing Up for GST in India – click here

Indonesia:

  • Guide: Accelerating Foreign Investment in Indonesia – click here

Malaysia:

  • Guide: Individual Income Tax in Malaysia for Expatriates – click here

Myanmar:

Philippines:

  • Guide: Investing in the Philippines – click here
  • Guide: Corporate Establishment in the Philippines – click here

Singapore:

  • Guide: Doing Business in Singapore – click here
  • Guide: Managing Expansion from Singapore – click here

Vietnam:

  • Guide: Setting Up a Foreign-Invested Enterprise in Vietnam – click here
  • Guide: Understanding Import and Export Regulations in Vietnam – click here
  • Guide: Choosing an Effective Entry Model for Vietnam Investments – click here
  • Guide: Expat Employment in Vietnam – click here
  • Guide: Market Entry Modes for Vietnam – click here

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