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  • 4 Major Benefits of Opening an Online Business in Hong Kong

    4 Major Benefits of Opening an Online Business in Hong Kong

    Startupr

    30 May, 2019

    Are you interested in getting started with international e-commerce business in Hong Kong? But feeling overwhelmed and simultaneously wondering about the merits of starting an online business as compared to a traditional one...
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  • How to structure investments into China for an international business

    How to structure investments into China for an international business

    Startupr

    27 Aug, 2015

    Expanding internationally brings a lot of advantages, but also some disadvantages. The company should develop an optimal profit allocation strategy to ensure the full benefit of being international will be reached...
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  • The Magic Disappearing Tax

    The Magic Disappearing Tax

    Global Tax Insights

    24 Feb, 2014

    Italy in the spotlight again this week, with (unelected) Matteo Renzi in full flood of (unelected) government-forming. It's difficult to see how he can change the Porcellum (pig-sty) for the better with the dogs' dinner of a parliament that he has inherited from his unsuccessful predecessors, Mario Monti and Enrico Letta, which is most likely to tear itself apart if any real reforms seem imminent. But let's wish him luck.
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  • Pace Mr Lamy, it has been a good week for trade

    Pace Mr Lamy, it has been a good week for trade

    Kitty Miv, Editor

    04 Sep, 2013

    As Pascal Lamy bids goodbye (31st August) to the World Trade Organization, he will regret that he was unable to bring the world's squabbling nations into alignment in the Doha Round; but he can reflect that the playing field of the world of trade is a far more level place than when he took office eight years ago, and surely he can take the credit for much of this.
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  • The SAR's Huddled Masses of Unfranchised Citizens

    The SAR's Huddled Masses of Unfranchised Citizens

    Kitty Miv, Editor

    11 Jul, 2013

    Another week, another superlative for Hong Kong, this time for the nth successive increase in the number of foreign and Chinese companies setting up there. Every year, there are more businesses, more people, more profit, more capital and more capitalists in Hong Kong. What are the limits?
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  • How To Benefit From The Attractive UAE Tax Treaty Network

    How To Benefit From The Attractive UAE Tax Treaty Network

    Freemont Group

    02 Jul, 2013

    The UAE offers a economic model distinctly different from anywhere else in the world: no direct or indirect taxes on personal or corporate income, no forced contributions to a social security or pension scheme, very low import duties (5%), no taxes on luxury goods, de facto free immigration (for anyone with a job), limited interference in labour markets, and unilateral free trade.
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  • Untaxing your Intellectual Property

    Untaxing your Intellectual Property

    Freemont Group

    01 Mar, 2013

    Every business that possesses intellectual property should look at whether it is feasible to reduce its tax burden through international tax planning. Intellectual Property (IP) is the term given to the legal rights attached to certain assets which are not tangible. Examples are: ideas, concepts, inventions, written works. The inventor or originator of an idea possesses the legal right to exclusively use, enjoy and benefit from the idea.
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  • The Washington Follies at least provided a piece of real news

    The Washington Follies at least provided a piece of real news

    Kitty Miv, Editor

    10 Jan, 2013

    I suppose we are going to have to welcome the last-minute "fiscal cliff" deal in Washington, although the IMF damned it with faint praise, on the grounds that it could have been worse. Yes, some taxes were raised (but could have been raised much more), and yes, a number of important tax breaks were extended, although others, like the payroll tax cut, were not.
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  • Islands, anyone?

    Islands, anyone?

    Kitty Miv, Editor

    30 Aug, 2012

    It's not quite a Damascene conversion, but it's not far off, and it's especially remarkable that Max Baucus (Dem. - Montana) should go to New Zealand to talk about trade this close to an election. Perhaps I'm being naive; maybe his real motive was to tell the New Zealanders to get their hands off the US automotive industry. But I'll take him at face value, and award him a star for at least pretending to be a friend of free trade quite convincingly.
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  • Russia joins World Trade Organization

    Russia joins World Trade Organization

    Freemont Group

    03 Aug, 2012

    Nineteen years have passed since Russia first applied to the World Trade Organization (WTO). But after Russia’s patriarch Vladimir Putin cleared the final hurdle last week, Russia will finally join the WTO on August 22nd. It is another milestone in the transition of the former Soviet Union, and an opportunity for investors.
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