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Establish a Branch vs. a Subsidiary in Singapore

Establish a Branch vs. a Subsidiary in Singapore

Foreign investors have several possibilities for registering companies in Singapore. Among these, they can set up subsidiaries, branch offices, or representative offices. A subsidiary is usually registered as a private limited liability in Singapore with a foreign company as a shareholder. For many small and medium-size foreign companies, the subsidiary…
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Buying a Property in Singapore

Buying a Property in Singapore

For those planning to move to Singapore, buying a property is a better choice than renting one. However, before purchasing real estate in Singapore it is best to verify the current legislation in order to make sure there are no restrictions. According to the Residential Property Act of 1973, there…
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Registration with the Singapore Stock Market

Registration with the Singapore Stock Market

Singapore Exchange Limited (SGX) is an investment holding company that provides trading services. The Singapore Exchange Limited is a member of the World Federation of Exchange and is also a member of the Asian and Oceania Stock Exchanges Federation. Listing on the Singapore Stock Exchange is less expensive compared to…
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Workforce in Singapore

Workforce in Singapore

Working in Singapore Singapore has a population of approximately 5 million individuals many of them foreigners working here. Among these there are Chinese, Malay and Indian but European citizens also. Singapore has a sound employment policy and English as common work language. Singapore companies are renowned for providing a fair…
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Work Permit in Singapore

Work Permit in Singapore

Singapore as a labor destination Singapore is one of the most attractive business destinations in Asia currently which is why many foreign investors but also professionals want to live and work here. Not until long ago those wanting to obtain a work permit in Singapore faced quite a lot of…
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Corporate Tax in Singapore

Corporate Tax in Singapore

The taxation of companies in Singapore Singapore is often referred to as an example when it comes to taxes levied on corporations because the city-state continues to reduce the taxation of companies and keeps introducing incentives in order to attract foreign investors. Singapore applies a flat tax rate to corporations…
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Imports and Exports in Singapore

Imports and Exports in Singapore

Singapore is one of the most developed economies in the world. At the base of this economy are the trading activities Singapore has with numerous countries. Singapore is considered to have the most open and pro-business economy in the world. Singapore is also known as a territory with very low…
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Value Added Tax in Singapore

Value Added Tax in Singapore

The value added tax (VAT) is one of the most important levies in Singapore. The Inland Revenue Authority (IRAS) is the main regulatory body of the Singapore taxation system and all companies conducting business operations must register for VAT with the IRAS. Our company formation specialists in Singapore can assist foreign investors…
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Obtaining Special Permits and Licenses in Singapore

Obtaining Special Permits and Licenses in Singapore

The business license is a permit released by the Singapore government agency that enables companies to conduct the business operations they register for with the Companies Registrar. Most business activities in Singapore dot not require licenses or permits in order to be carried out, the only step required being the…
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Company Management in Singapore

Corporate governance in Singapore Singapore has based its corporate governance system on the Anglo-American pattern. Corporate governance in Singapore is based on capital market control and managerial behavior. The main regulatory framework companies rely on when conducting business operation, naming managers, shareholders and their rights is the Singapore Companies Act…
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