Despite the harmonization in the European Union, there still remain economic, social, legal, and cultural differences amongst its countries that foreign investors should be aware of. Germany has a central geographical location in Europe and is an import- ant hub for companies doing business there. The country o ers excellent infrastructure, economic and political stability, a highly developed legal system, and skilled workers. The aim of this brochure is to assist foreign investors in understanding the specific characteristics of Germany in order to contribute to the success of their investments.
This guide summarizes topics relating to the set up of businesses in Germany, how to employ sta , taxation
of individuals, taxation of companies, and understanding German accountancy. However, this brochure is not exhaustive and does not preclude further assistance from experts.
Should you require any additional information on the topics covered in this guide or if you need any support in relation to your business, please do not hesitate to contact Roever Broenner Susat Mazars.