Cultural Adaptation for International Businesses

When thriving, businesses will consider expanding beyond their home borders and exploring new markets, for example in Europe. With its diverse and rich culture, Europe is the ideal destination for business growth and it offers several opportunities for continued success. Whether you choose
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What to consider from a legal perspective when opening a company in Germany

Anyone who wants to open a company in Germany, or in fact any jurisdiction, has a lot to plan and organize in advance. In addition to a business plan with the business idea and an investment plan, discussions with a professional service
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New Flexible Working Laws in the UK

New flexible working laws in place from 6 April will hand employees greater rights to flexible working. Are you ready for the reforms? Most businesses now offer some form of flexible working, but imminent changes to flexible working laws may affect employers
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EU backs watered-down labour plan for Uber and Deliveroo workers

EU directive allows member states to decide when a gig worker should count as an employee. European Union countries reached a deal that would keep key decisions in the hands of member states, breaking a deadlock over plans for workers’ rights in
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How to Set up a Subsidiary in Sweden

r business footprint effortlessly with our comprehensive guide on setting up subsidiaries in Sweden. Let’s pave the way for your business expansion and embrace the opportunities Sweden offers. Expanding your business operations to a new country can be exciting and challenging. With
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Deciding on the Best Place to Start a Business in Europe

Whether you’re starting a business or expanding an existing one, Europe is a profitable place. It is important to be a strategic exploration destination with a high degree of security. Our diverse economy, diverse culture, and robust market enable us to meet
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Japan – Corporate Taxes Summary

A domestic corporation in Japan is taxed on its worldwide income, including foreign branch income. However, 95% of dividends received by a domestic corporation from a foreign company in which it has held at least 25% (or lower, depending on the relevant
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Germany – Corporate Taxes Summary

Germany taxes its corporate residents on their worldwide income. However, most double tax treaties (DTTs) exempt income attributable to a foreign permanent establishment (PE). Non-residents with PE or property income are taxed by assessment on German-source income; those earning royalties and dividends
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French Corporate Taxes summary

A resident company is subject to corporate income tax (CIT) in France on its French-source income. In that respect, income attributable to foreign business activity (if there is no treaty in force between France and the relevant foreign country) or to a foreign
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Estonia Corporate Taxes Summary

All undistributed corporate profits are tax exempt. This exemption covers both active (e.g. trading) and passive (e.g. dividends, interest, royalties) types of income. It also covers capital gains from the sale of all types of assets, including shares, securities, and immovable property.
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