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Guide to Setting Up a Company in the Philippines: 2019 Edition

Philippines’ rapidly growing economy and regulatory changes attract foreign investors from all over the world. In February 2019, President Duterte signed the Republic Act No. 11232 that simplified the process of setting up a company in the Philippines significantly. In this guide, we will pinpoint the key changes as well as give an overview of the […]

What is the Corporate Structure in Indonesia?

Corporate structure in Indonesia is the same for most foreign-owned companies. However, it is often that the organizational layout in Indonesia is confusing foreign entrepreneurs. What roles are the shareholder, commissioner, and director playing in your company in Indonesia? Who can access your corporate bank account? How to terminate a director or a commissioner? Foreign-owned […]

Complete Guide to Company Registration in Vietnam

Vietnam, the third largest market in Southeast Asia, provides countless opportunities to foreign investors. What are the fundamental things you need to know about company registration in Vietnam? In this article, we are going to walk you through the process of setting up a business in Vietnam. Overview of legal entities in Vietnam Watch Kadri Lahi, […]

Benefits of Opening A Representative Office in Indonesia

Opening a representative office is the fastest and also the easiest way of getting a legal and market presence in Indonesia. Despite having more limitations compared to limited liability companies, it also has its advantages. In this article, we are going to bring out the benefits of setting up a representative office in Indonesia and […]

How to Register a Branch Office in Bangladesh

As an alternative to incorporating a company, you can expand to Bangladesh by setting up a branch office of a foreign compny. In this article, we are going to show you the step-by-step process of registering a branch office in Bangladesh. Allowed activities for a branch office in Bangladesh A branch serves as an extension […]

The Step-by-Step Guide to Company Registration in Pakistan

There are a lot of reasons why to invest in Pakistan. Some of its prime benefits include low competition, a huge population, and a rapidly growing economy. In this article, you will get an overview of different legal entities that are available for foreign investors. We will also share the step-by-step guide to company registration […]

Why Denpasar Is The Best Location For A Virtual Office In Bali

Every business in Bali must have a registered address. Many foreigners work remotely in co-working spaces or other areas of their choosing. Yet, an official address is still required for company incorporation in Indonesia. A virtual office in Bali allows company set up without making you rent a physical office space of your own. You […]

Foreign Construction Company Representative Office (BUJKA) in Indonesia

Foreign investors aiming to expand their construction business to Indonesia have two options – set up a limited liability company (PT PMA) or a representative office for their foreign construction company (BUJKA). This article will clarify the process of setting up a representative office for a foreign construction company in Indonesia. What is a BUJKA? […]

Setting Up a Small Business in Vietnam

Most of the articles that cover foreign direct investments in Vietnam focus on medium and large size companies. However, if you plan to start a small business in Vietnam there are some additional aspects you need to pay attention to. What is the Structure of a Small Business in Vietnam? To begin with, there are two […]

4 Ways To Reduce the Required Minimum Capital in the Philippines

The general minimum paid up capital requirement for fully foreign-owned companies in the Philippines is US$ 200,000. However, the minimum capital requirement can be lower, depending on your business activities and the percentage of foreign ownership. Ways to lower the required minimum capital in the Philippines #1 Employ at least 50 locals One of the […]