You’ve shortlisted Singapore as a potential new market. Understanding its entry requirements, Singapore’s business laws and taxes, and customs considerations is key to ensuring success in Singapore’s market.1
The World Bank ranks Singapore as the easiest place in the world to start, run, and conduct business. This wealthy city-state has excellent infrastructure and an open, trade-driven economy. Singapore has a highly skilled and educated local population, and a large expatriate community. It enjoys a stable pro-business government, a strong rule of law, low corruption, and business and legal practices similar to those of the UK.
Take advantage of the opportunities in Singapore by understanding the tax and legal requirements of doing business there.
The Department of International Trade (DIT) has created an easy-to-use guide to doing business worldwide. Its information on Singapore includes:
- Legal considerations
- Taxation & customs
- Opportunities for UK businesses in Singapore
- Entry requirements
- DIT contacts
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