Legal Aspects of Doing Business in Asia - 2nd Edition provides coverage of more than 24 major trading jurisdictions in Asia and the Pacific on the requirements for doing business and investing in those countries, prepared by local practitioners with expertise in business transactions. Practical insights are offered on general conditions for conduct of business, business registrations, investment incentives, currency regulation, establishment of enterprises, principal business organizations, important considerations for choosing a form of business, formation of business procedures, acquisition of enterprises, acquisition of realty, guidelines for foreign transactions, import and export regulations, exchange controls, credit and security, taxation, customs regulation, competition law, intellectual property law, employment law, and banking law.Service Tax Service tax is imposed on certain goods and services in certain prescribed establishments. ... Effective from 1 January 2003, professional services provided by a company to companies within the same group will be exempted from the current service tax of 6 per cent. ... Import Duty Import duties are levied on a large number of imports and are imposed either at an ad valorem or specific rates.
|Title||:||Legal Aspects of Doing Business in Asia|
|Author||:||Dennis Campbell, Center for International Legal Studies (CILS)|
|Publisher||:||Juris Publishing, Inc. - 2011-07-01|