Doing Business in Singapore 2014 (2nd Edition)

This paper provides a "how-to" guide when setting up a business in Singapore. In particular, it examines how foreign companies can best establish a branch office or subsidiary company in the city-state. 

As outlined by the Ministry of Trade and Industry, common steps need to be followed (e.g. choosing the right business structure, registering the business and company name and obtaining working capital).

Dezan Shira & Associates also discusses the factors that make Singapore the ideal jurisdiction for foreign investors seeking to establish an investment vehicle capable of reaching ASEAN markets in the run-up to the establishment of the ASEAN Economic Community in 2015.

Contents

  • The Singapore Edge
  • Investing in Singapore and ASEAN
  • Taking Advantage of Singapore’s Tax Regime
  • Human Resources and Payroll Considerations 

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