Indonesia’s Omnibus Law has made amendments to how a Representative Office is established. Read our article to know what these key procedures are.
ASEAN Briefing provides a guide on how to deregister a limited liability company and representative office in Indonesia.
Establishing a branch office can be a quick and cost-effective way for foreign businesses looking to explore the Malaysian market.
Establishing a private limited company (locally known as a Sendirian Berhad – Sdn Bhd) is the most common type of business entity in Malaysia for foreign investors.
Establishing a representative office in Malaysia is often the fastest and most cost-effective way to have a legal entity and study the local market before determining viable opportunities.
MoT Reg 18 provides an updated list of the types of goods that are prohibited from being imported to and exported from Indonesia.
Vietnam’s Decree 111/2021 aims to tackle tax evasion and fraud, and mandates businesses that produce, export, or import goods to record and determine the origin of their goods.
Singapore’s Parliament approved amendments to two company laws. Businesses must now keep registers of their nominee shareholders and their nominators.
The Philippines has issued a value-added tax (VAT) exemption for registered exporters on their local purchases of goods and services
Indonesia’s GR 7/2021 looks to provide greater protection and empowerment to Indonesia’s cooperatives, micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises.