Doing Business in Korea

As The Republic of Korea has become a global growth driver, international companies are seeking assistance from professional firms offering a large range of business expertise in this Country. Our updated guide 'Doing Business in Korea' is now available.

Table of Contents:

  1. Business organizations available to foreigners
  2. Incentives for foreign investments
  3. Corporate taxation
  4. Personal taxation
  5. Value added tax (VAT)
  6. Other tax
  7. Double tax treaties
  8. Social security
  9. Accounting & Audit
  10. Immigration requirement

The 2013 Mazars Guide to Doing Business in The Republic of Korea does not exhaustively cover the subjects it treats. For specific advice and to understand how Mazars can assist you in Asia Pacific, contact us directly. Whether you choose Mazars in Korea, you can be assured of a personal service backed by local expertise and experience.

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