Foreign companies setting up a foothold in China typically do so by creating a representative office. But if the aim is to source from China, they should explore alternatives such as a service company or a foreign-invested commercial enterprise
India now allows foreigners to form 100%-owned subsidiaries in the telecom services and asset reconstruction sectors. Here’s what you need to know on how to proceed with incorporation and what to expect when it comes to the country’s complex tax regime
The Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore has just issued revised guidelines on transfer pricing that provide a better defined view of how it will handle transfer pricing matters. Here’s what CFOs and tax specialists need to know
In Hong Kong, one consequence of America’s Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act is the heavy burden of servicing US clients, causing many banks to turn them away and affecting the city's status as gateway to China. Will this create an opening for Singapore?
As the ASEAN Economic Community comes into being on 1 January 2015, companies within and outside the ten-member grouping will do well to look at four sectors for investment: electronics, ICT, textiles and apparel and medical devices