Doing business in Hong Kong 2016
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.
Being ranked the “World’s freest economy”*, Hong Kong has been a city of choice for establishing local companies and regional offices for many decades and has a number of features which are attractive to overseas investors. By offering one of the lowest profits tax rates in Asia and excellent transportation facilities (natural harbour, modern docking facilities and state-of-the-art international airport), Hong Kong is an attractive location for international trade and business.
This guide will give you an overview of Hong Kong on the following topics:
- General information on Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR)
- Establishing an entity
- Foreign business restrictions
- Investment incentives
- Work permit and visas
- Foreign currency transactions control
- Employment (tax & legal)
- Audit and accounting
- Country quirks
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