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Mazars and Business France combined their expertise to help foreign investors and entrepreneurs who want to settle in France. Mazars has created four practical guides that we hope will provide you with valuable insight to launch and grow your business in France: The French Tax System, Available Support and Grants, Social Law and Good Practices to Set Up.
Ever thought of doing business in the Netherlands? And about what this country has to offer you? Next to the opportunities, you need to think about the challenges before setting up business activities. The Dutch fiscal climate can affect your business positively, but can also have a negative impact, when not taking the right steps. Your activities will be successful only if you and your company are familiar with the Netherlands and the principal rules and regulations. Mazars’ accountants and tax advisers will help you and act as your personal guide.
Mazars' Doing Business in Asia Pacific is a practical guide for businesses who have invested or are looking to invest in the region.
The Polish market offers foreign investors some very interesting opportunities. To encourage inward investment, both foreign and local entrepreneurs may benefit from a large variety of favourable European or Polish government assistance programmes, including tax breaks and direct grants.
The Hungarian office of Mazars presents its latest publication Doing Business in Hungary 2017, in English, which helps foreign investors to start their own business in our country.
"Doing Business in China" is a document designed to facilitate the exploring and research of business opportunities for individuals who wish to invest or start a business in the China.
Germany is a highly developed industrial nation and has, for many years, been very attractive for investors. The country of- fers a variety of opportunities to start business all over Europe. With the dynamic environment of a powerful economy, Germany is an ideal location from which to access the European market.
As a leading global finance center and a historically open economy, it’s worth remembering that Hong Kong has been a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) since 1997. But Hong Kong enjoys great autonomy from the mainland, and the city has retained its reputation for ease of doing business and free trade. It frequently attracts the attention of foreign investors looking for a foothold in the Asian market.
As an important banking and financial center in the Asia pacific region, Hong Kong Stock Exchange ranks the fourth in Asia and the eighth in the world in terms of market capitalization. In 2016, Hong Kong again raised more IPO funds than any other stock market worldwide.
This practical 2017 guide explains the main legal, accounting, payroll and taxation regulations for companies considering to do business in France. It has been prepared especially for international groups who would like to invest in France, where more than 20,000 foreign companies are already established, running businesses under many different legal forms.
The Mazars Thailand’s Doing Business in Thailand guide provides a thorough and insightful overview for those who are interested in investing in Thailand.