Mazars' Doing Business in Asia Pacific is a practical guide for businesses who have invested or are looking to invest in the region.
Mazars’ Doing Business in Asia Pacific is a practical guide for businesses who have invested or are looking to invest in the region.
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.
The Doing Business in Hong Kong guide has been prepared to assist those who are interested in doing business in Hong Kong. It features topics such as setting up business entities in Hong Kong, import issues, tax and financial systems, financial reporting and audit standards, and labor and employment.
Business & Taxation guide 2015