Doing Business in Korea

2013 edition

As The Republic of Korea has become a global growth driver, international companies are seeking assistance from professional firms offering a large range of business expertise in this country.

Mazars' guide to 'Doing Business in Korea' aims to provide a business overview of The Republic of Korea, it does not intend to be exhaustive. For specific advice please contact us.

Table of contents

  1. Business organizations available to foreigners
  2. Incentives for foreign investments
  3. Corporate taxation
  4. Personal taxation
  5. Value added tax (VAT)
  6. Other tax
  7. Double tax treaties
  8. Social security
  9. Accounting & Audit
  10. Immigration requirement

 

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