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  • FAQ - Audit, Tax & Advisory
    Doing Business in ASEAN Doing Business in ASEAN ASEAN Today Economics and AEC 2015 ASEAN Today Economics and AEC 2015 Growing With ASEAN The AEC 2015 Vision Single Market and Production Base Competitive Economic Region Competitive Economic Region Competition Policy Consumer Protection Intellectual Property Rights IPR Infrastructure Development Equitable Economic Development Equitable Economic Development Small Medium Enterprise SME Development Initiative for ASEAN Integration IAI Integration into the Global Economy Integration into the Global Economy Coherent Approach towards External Economic Relations Enhanced Participation in Global Supply Networks Bridging Development Gaps Looking Beyond ASEAN Looking Beyond ASEAN ASEAN and China ASEAN and China Trade Relations in the Modern Era The China Connection for ASEAN A Bright Future for ASEAN and China The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank ASEAN and Japan ASEAN and Japan Relations between Southeast and East Asia ASEAN and South Korea ASEAN and South Korea ASEAN Korean Multilevel Cooperation ASEAN and India ASEAN and India ASEAN India Trade Relations ASEAN and the Trans Pacific Partnership ASEAN and the European Union ASEAN Australia and New Zealand FAQs Banking Finance Audit Tax Advisory Legal Ask a Question Advisory Firms Home FAQs Audit Tax Advisory Audit Tax Advisory I am thinking of expanding beyond Singapore to new markets in ASEAN It is important for your business to conduct thorough market and industry research on the ASEAN markets you intend to target ASEAN markets are very different from one another Arming yourself with in depth knowledge of local practices will help you establish a clearer picture of where your customers and new sources of revenue will come from How can I tell if my company is ready to expand overseas into ASEAN Critical factors to consider include knowing how much expansion capital you require and the length of time before your business reaches its break even point The composition of this capital is also crucial this can be equity internal resources debt borrowing from banks or other financial institutions government grants or a combination Finally an honest assessment of your current operations will let you determine whether your business has a sufficient buffer of unencumbered cash flows that can support your overseas operations until it becomes profitable Do I have the right people with me on my ASEAN expansion journey As an entrepreneur venturing overseas you should expect a change in the role you play You will need to manage people of different cultures and manage your time to be involved operationally at multiple locations in different countries Be ready to delegate responsibilities to others and look at new ways of doing things especially if you are going to have overseas partners Is there withholding tax in dividends paid out from Singapore What about other ASEAN countries For dividend payments Singapore operates on a one tier system Basically the corporate tax paid by the company is the final tax Dividends paid out to shareholders will not have any Singapore tax consequences There are dividend withholding taxes in certain other countries within ASEAN but these can

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  • FAQ - Legal
    Infrastructure Development Equitable Economic Development Equitable Economic Development back Equitable Economic Development Small Medium Enterprise SME Development Initiative for ASEAN Integration IAI Integration into the Global Economy Integration into the Global Economy back Integration into the Global Economy Coherent Approach towards External Economic Relations Enhanced Participation in Global Supply Networks Bridging Development Gaps Looking Beyond ASEAN Looking Beyond ASEAN back Looking Beyond ASEAN ASEAN and China ASEAN and China back ASEAN and China Trade Relations in the Modern Era The China Connection for ASEAN A Bright Future for ASEAN and China The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank ASEAN and Japan ASEAN and Japan back ASEAN and Japan Relations between Southeast and East Asia ASEAN and South Korea ASEAN and South Korea back ASEAN and South Korea ASEAN Korean Multilevel Cooperation ASEAN and India ASEAN and India back ASEAN and India ASEAN India Trade Relations ASEAN and the Trans Pacific Partnership ASEAN and the European Union ASEAN Australia and New Zealand FAQs FAQs back Banking Finance Audit Tax Advisory Legal Ask a Question Advisory Firms Business In Asean Toggle navigation Menu About ASEAN Introduction to ASEAN Introduction to ASEAN Aims and Purposes Fundamental Principles ASEAN Community ASEAN Community ASEAN Political Security Community APSC ASEAN Economic Community AEC ASEAN Socio Cultural Community ASCC ASEAN Charter ASEAN at a Glance ASEAN at a Glance Region Profile ASEAN Country Profiles Doing Business in ASEAN Doing Business in ASEAN ASEAN Today Economics and AEC 2015 ASEAN Today Economics and AEC 2015 Growing With ASEAN The AEC 2015 Vision Single Market and Production Base Competitive Economic Region Competitive Economic Region Competition Policy Consumer Protection Intellectual Property Rights IPR Infrastructure Development Equitable Economic Development Equitable Economic Development Small Medium Enterprise SME Development Initiative for ASEAN Integration IAI Integration into the Global Economy Integration into the Global Economy Coherent

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  • Business in Asean - Ask a Question
    and India ASEAN India Trade Relations ASEAN and the Trans Pacific Partnership ASEAN and the European Union ASEAN Australia and New Zealand FAQs Banking Finance Audit Tax Advisory Legal Ask a Question Advisory Firms Home Ask a Question Ask a question Name Invalid Input Company Name Invalid Input Company Designation Invalid Input Company Email Invalid email address Country of Company Incorporation Please Select Afghanistan Albania Algeria American Samoa Andorra Angola Anguilla Antarctica Antigua and Barbuda Argentina Armenia Aruba Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahamas Bahrain Bangladesh Barbados Belarus Belgium Belize Benin Bermuda Bhutan Bolivia Bosnia and Herzegovina Botswana Bouvet Island Brazil British Indian Ocean Territory Brunei Darussalam Bulgaria Burkina Faso Burundi Cambodia Cameroon Canada Cape Verde Cayman Islands Central African Republic Chad Chile Christmas Island Cocos Keeling Islands Colombia Comoros Congo Congo the Democratic Republic of the Cook Islands Costa Rica Cote D Ivoire Croatia Cuba Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Djibouti Dominica Dominican Republic Ecuador Egypt El Salvador Equatorial Guinea Eritrea Estonia Ethiopia Falkland Islands Malvinas Faroe Islands Fiji Finland France French Guiana French Polynesia French Southern Territories Gabon Gambia Georgia Germany Ghana Gibraltar Greece Greenland Grenada Guadeloupe Guam Guatemala Guinea Guinea Bissau Guyana Haiti Heard Island and Mcdonald Islands Holy See Vatican City State Honduras Hong Kong China Hungary Iceland India Indonesia Iran Islamic Republic of Iraq Ireland Israel Italy Jamaica Japan Jordan Kazakhstan Kenya Kiribati Korea Democratic People s Republic of Korea Republic of Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Lao People s Democratic Republic Latvia Lebanon Lesotho Liberia Libyan Arab Jamahiriya Liechtenstein Lithuania Luxembourg Macau Macedonia the Former Yugoslav Republic of Madagascar Mainland China Malawi Malaysia Maldives Mali Malta Marshall Islands Martinique Mauritania Mauritius Mayotte Mexico Micronesia Federated States of Moldova Republic of Monaco Mongolia Montserrat Morocco Mozambique Myanmar Namibia Nauru Nepal Netherlands Netherlands Antilles New Caledonia New Zealand Nicaragua Niger Nigeria Niue Norfolk Island Northern Mariana Islands Norway Oman Pakistan Palau Palestinian Territory Occupied Panama Papua New Guinea Paraguay Peru Philippines Pitcairn Poland Portugal Puerto Rico Qatar Reunion Romania Russian Federation Rwanda Saint Helena Saint Kitts and Nevis Saint Lucia Saint Pierre and Miquelon Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Samoa San Marino Sao Tome and Principe Saudi Arabia Senegal Serbia and Montenegro Seychelles Sierra Leone Singapore Slovakia Slovenia Solomon Islands Somalia South Africa South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands Spain Sri Lanka Suriname Svalbard and Jan Mayen Swaziland Sweden Switzerland Syrian Arab Republic Taiwan Province of China Tajikistan Tanzania United Republic of Thailand Timor Leste Togo Tokelau Tonga Trinidad and Tobago Tunisia Turkey Turkmenistan Turks and Caicos Islands Tuvalu Uganda Ukraine United Arab Emirates United Kingdom United States United States Minor Outlying Islands Uruguay Uzbekistan Vanuatu Venezuela Vietnam Virgin Islands British Virgin Islands U S Wallis and Futuna Western Sahara Yemen Zambia Zimbabwe Invalid Input Country to which your question pertains Please Select Brunei Darussalam Cambodia Indonesia Laos Malaysia Myanmar Philippines Singapore Thailand Vietnam Invalid Input Your Question Invalid Input Sign up to our mailing list for the latest updates on ASEAN By checking this box you agree to our data

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  • Business in Asean - Advisory Firms
    between Southeast and East Asia ASEAN and South Korea ASEAN and South Korea back ASEAN and South Korea ASEAN Korean Multilevel Cooperation ASEAN and India ASEAN and India back ASEAN and India ASEAN India Trade Relations ASEAN and the Trans Pacific Partnership ASEAN and the European Union ASEAN Australia and New Zealand FAQs FAQs back Banking Finance Audit Tax Advisory Legal Ask a Question Advisory Firms Business In Asean Toggle navigation Menu About ASEAN Introduction to ASEAN Introduction to ASEAN Aims and Purposes Fundamental Principles ASEAN Community ASEAN Community ASEAN Political Security Community APSC ASEAN Economic Community AEC ASEAN Socio Cultural Community ASCC ASEAN Charter ASEAN at a Glance ASEAN at a Glance Region Profile ASEAN Country Profiles Doing Business in ASEAN Doing Business in ASEAN ASEAN Today Economics and AEC 2015 ASEAN Today Economics and AEC 2015 Growing With ASEAN The AEC 2015 Vision Single Market and Production Base Competitive Economic Region Competitive Economic Region Competition Policy Consumer Protection Intellectual Property Rights IPR Infrastructure Development Equitable Economic Development Equitable Economic Development Small Medium Enterprise SME Development Initiative for ASEAN Integration IAI Integration into the Global Economy Integration into the Global Economy Coherent Approach towards External Economic Relations Enhanced Participation in Global Supply Networks Bridging Development Gaps Looking Beyond ASEAN Looking Beyond ASEAN ASEAN and China ASEAN and China Trade Relations in the Modern Era The China Connection for ASEAN A Bright Future for ASEAN and China The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank ASEAN and Japan ASEAN and Japan Relations between Southeast and East Asia ASEAN and South Korea ASEAN and South Korea ASEAN Korean Multilevel Cooperation ASEAN and India ASEAN and India ASEAN India Trade Relations ASEAN and the Trans Pacific Partnership ASEAN and the European Union ASEAN Australia and New Zealand FAQs Banking Finance Audit Tax Advisory Legal Ask a Question Advisory Firms Home Advisory Firms Advisory Firms United Overseas Bank Limited UOB is a leading bank in Asia with a global network of more than 500 offices in 19 countries and territories in Asia Pacific Western Europe and North America Since its incorporation in 1935 UOB has grown organically and through a series of strategic acquisitions In Asia UOB operates through its banking subsidiaries in China Indonesia Malaysia the Philippines Singapore and Thailand as well as branches and representative offices UOB is rated among the world s top banks Aa1 by Moody s and AA by Standard Poor s and Fitch Ratings respectively Learn More RSM Chio Lim LLP is a public accounting entity offering assurance and tax services whilst Stone Forest is the umbrella name under which the business advisory and business support services operate Together we are the largest accounting and business advisory group outside the Big 4 in Singapore with total staff strengths of over 850 in Singapore and 320 in Shanghai Beijing Suzhou Shenzhen Chengdu and Hangzhou Our reputation is built on technical competence proactive client servicing and a commitment to uncompromising integrity professionalism and high standards of service We are the Singapore member

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  • Business in Asean - Doing Business in ASEAN
    ASEAN Aims and Purposes Fundamental Principles ASEAN Community ASEAN Community ASEAN Political Security Community APSC ASEAN Economic Community AEC ASEAN Socio Cultural Community ASCC ASEAN Charter ASEAN at a Glance ASEAN at a Glance Region Profile ASEAN Country Profiles Doing Business in ASEAN Doing Business in ASEAN ASEAN Today Economics and AEC 2015 ASEAN Today Economics and AEC 2015 Growing With ASEAN The AEC 2015 Vision Single Market and Production Base Competitive Economic Region Competitive Economic Region Competition Policy Consumer Protection Intellectual Property Rights IPR Infrastructure Development Equitable Economic Development Equitable Economic Development Small Medium Enterprise SME Development Initiative for ASEAN Integration IAI Integration into the Global Economy Integration into the Global Economy Coherent Approach towards External Economic Relations Enhanced Participation in Global Supply Networks Bridging Development Gaps Looking Beyond ASEAN Looking Beyond ASEAN ASEAN and China ASEAN and China Trade Relations in the Modern Era The China Connection for ASEAN A Bright Future for ASEAN and China The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank ASEAN and Japan ASEAN and Japan Relations between Southeast and East Asia ASEAN and South Korea ASEAN and South Korea ASEAN Korean Multilevel Cooperation ASEAN and India ASEAN and India ASEAN India Trade Relations ASEAN and the Trans Pacific Partnership ASEAN and the European Union ASEAN Australia and New Zealand FAQs Banking Finance Audit Tax Advisory Legal Ask a Question Advisory Firms Home Doing Business in ASEAN ASEAN Today Economics and AEC 2015 Countries in the ASEAN region that have been over dependent on export led growth in the past are now rebalancing their economies towards domestic demand as part of a deliberately engineered shift in their growth and development strategies Indeed many ASEAN economies continue to post impressive growth and the region s investment prospects look strong ASEAN itself is already a trade driven block and

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  • Business in Asean - Download e-book
    ASCC ASEAN Charter ASEAN at a Glance ASEAN at a Glance Region Profile ASEAN Country Profiles Doing Business in ASEAN Doing Business in ASEAN ASEAN Today Economics and AEC 2015 ASEAN Today Economics and AEC 2015 Growing With ASEAN The AEC 2015 Vision Single Market and Production Base Competitive Economic Region Competitive Economic Region Competition Policy Consumer Protection Intellectual Property Rights IPR Infrastructure Development Equitable Economic Development Equitable Economic Development Small Medium Enterprise SME Development Initiative for ASEAN Integration IAI Integration into the Global Economy Integration into the Global Economy Coherent Approach towards External Economic Relations Enhanced Participation in Global Supply Networks Bridging Development Gaps Looking Beyond ASEAN Looking Beyond ASEAN ASEAN and China ASEAN and China Trade Relations in the Modern Era The China Connection for ASEAN A Bright Future for ASEAN and China The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank ASEAN and Japan ASEAN and Japan Relations between Southeast and East Asia ASEAN and South Korea ASEAN and South Korea ASEAN Korean Multilevel Cooperation ASEAN and India ASEAN and India ASEAN India Trade Relations ASEAN and the Trans Pacific Partnership ASEAN and the European Union ASEAN Australia and New Zealand FAQs Banking Finance Audit Tax Advisory Legal Ask a Question Advisory Firms Home Download e book Doing business in ASEAN Anyone who wishes to do business in ASEAN must first embrace its diversity As a regional network of 10 member nations governed by different political systems it has a population of more than 600 million people who practise a multitude of religions and speak over 70 languages and dialects The Advisory Firms have published a guidebook for doing business in ASEAN We trust that this publication will serve as a useful resource and tool for those seeking to learn more about ASEAN and states as well as about the regional initiatives implemented and those which are still underway Please complete the following form and a download link for the book will be sent to your email address Name Invalid Input Company Name Invalid Input Company Designation Invalid Input Company Email Invalid email address Country of Company Incorporation Please Select Afghanistan Albania Algeria American Samoa Andorra Angola Anguilla Antarctica Antigua and Barbuda Argentina Armenia Aruba Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahamas Bahrain Bangladesh Barbados Belarus Belgium Belize Benin Bermuda Bhutan Bolivia Bosnia and Herzegovina Botswana Bouvet Island Brazil British Indian Ocean Territory Brunei Darussalam Bulgaria Burkina Faso Burundi Cambodia Cameroon Canada Cape Verde Cayman Islands Central African Republic Chad Chile Christmas Island Cocos Keeling Islands Colombia Comoros Congo Congo the Democratic Republic of the Cook Islands Costa Rica Cote D Ivoire Croatia Cuba Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Djibouti Dominica Dominican Republic Ecuador Egypt El Salvador Equatorial Guinea Eritrea Estonia Ethiopia Falkland Islands Malvinas Faroe Islands Fiji Finland France French Guiana French Polynesia French Southern Territories Gabon Gambia Georgia Germany Ghana Gibraltar Greece Greenland Grenada Guadeloupe Guam Guatemala Guinea Guinea Bissau Guyana Haiti Heard Island and Mcdonald Islands Holy See Vatican City State Honduras Hong Kong China Hungary Iceland India Indonesia Iran Islamic Republic

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  • Business in Asean - UOB
    Pacific Partnership ASEAN and the European Union ASEAN Australia and New Zealand FAQs FAQs back Banking Finance Audit Tax Advisory Legal Ask a Question Advisory Firms Business In Asean Toggle navigation Menu About ASEAN Introduction to ASEAN Introduction to ASEAN Aims and Purposes Fundamental Principles ASEAN Community ASEAN Community ASEAN Political Security Community APSC ASEAN Economic Community AEC ASEAN Socio Cultural Community ASCC ASEAN Charter ASEAN at a Glance ASEAN at a Glance Region Profile ASEAN Country Profiles Doing Business in ASEAN Doing Business in ASEAN ASEAN Today Economics and AEC 2015 ASEAN Today Economics and AEC 2015 Growing With ASEAN The AEC 2015 Vision Single Market and Production Base Competitive Economic Region Competitive Economic Region Competition Policy Consumer Protection Intellectual Property Rights IPR Infrastructure Development Equitable Economic Development Equitable Economic Development Small Medium Enterprise SME Development Initiative for ASEAN Integration IAI Integration into the Global Economy Integration into the Global Economy Coherent Approach towards External Economic Relations Enhanced Participation in Global Supply Networks Bridging Development Gaps Looking Beyond ASEAN Looking Beyond ASEAN ASEAN and China ASEAN and China Trade Relations in the Modern Era The China Connection for ASEAN A Bright Future for ASEAN and China The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank ASEAN and Japan ASEAN and Japan Relations between Southeast and East Asia ASEAN and South Korea ASEAN and South Korea ASEAN Korean Multilevel Cooperation ASEAN and India ASEAN and India ASEAN India Trade Relations ASEAN and the Trans Pacific Partnership ASEAN and the European Union ASEAN Australia and New Zealand FAQs Banking Finance Audit Tax Advisory Legal Ask a Question Advisory Firms Home Advisory Firms UOB United Overseas Bank Limited UOB is a leading bank in Asia with a global network of more than 500 offices in 19 countries and territories in Asia Pacific Western Europe and North

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  • Business in Asean - RSM Chio Lim
    Relations ASEAN and the Trans Pacific Partnership ASEAN and the European Union ASEAN Australia and New Zealand FAQs FAQs back Banking Finance Audit Tax Advisory Legal Ask a Question Advisory Firms Business In Asean Toggle navigation Menu About ASEAN Introduction to ASEAN Introduction to ASEAN Aims and Purposes Fundamental Principles ASEAN Community ASEAN Community ASEAN Political Security Community APSC ASEAN Economic Community AEC ASEAN Socio Cultural Community ASCC ASEAN Charter ASEAN at a Glance ASEAN at a Glance Region Profile ASEAN Country Profiles Doing Business in ASEAN Doing Business in ASEAN ASEAN Today Economics and AEC 2015 ASEAN Today Economics and AEC 2015 Growing With ASEAN The AEC 2015 Vision Single Market and Production Base Competitive Economic Region Competitive Economic Region Competition Policy Consumer Protection Intellectual Property Rights IPR Infrastructure Development Equitable Economic Development Equitable Economic Development Small Medium Enterprise SME Development Initiative for ASEAN Integration IAI Integration into the Global Economy Integration into the Global Economy Coherent Approach towards External Economic Relations Enhanced Participation in Global Supply Networks Bridging Development Gaps Looking Beyond ASEAN Looking Beyond ASEAN ASEAN and China ASEAN and China Trade Relations in the Modern Era The China Connection for ASEAN A Bright Future for ASEAN and China The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank ASEAN and Japan ASEAN and Japan Relations between Southeast and East Asia ASEAN and South Korea ASEAN and South Korea ASEAN Korean Multilevel Cooperation ASEAN and India ASEAN and India ASEAN India Trade Relations ASEAN and the Trans Pacific Partnership ASEAN and the European Union ASEAN Australia and New Zealand FAQs Banking Finance Audit Tax Advisory Legal Ask a Question Advisory Firms Home Advisory Firms RSM Chio Lim RSM Chio Lim LLP is a public accounting entity offering assurance and tax services whilst Stone Forest is the umbrella name under which the business advisory and business support services operate Together we are the largest accounting and business advisory group outside the Big 4 in Singapore with total staff strengths of over 850 in Singapore and 320 in Shanghai Beijing Suzhou Shenzhen Chengdu and Hangzhou Our reputation is built on technical competence proactive client servicing and a commitment to uncompromising integrity professionalism and high standards of service We are the Singapore member of RSM International the world s 7th largest accounting and consulting network with 732 offices in 112 countries Member firms are well established practices of high local standing often ranking within the Top Ten in their respective countries Some quick facts about us ISO 9001 2008 certified Ranked as a leading tax firm in Singapore by World Tax a Euromoney publication since 2006 Partner of IE Singapore s Market Readiness Assistance Grant Strategic partner of Singapore Business Federation s AccessAsia Singapore Programme Partner of EDB s Singapore Welcome Centre for Corporates Public accounting arm registered with the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board in the USA Accounting and payroll outsourcing units are SSAE 16 Type II Compliant Our expertise covers the following areas Business Start up Services Establishment of Onshore and Offshore Companies

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