Belt and Road Weekly Investor Intelligence #82
This week we have two complimentary ‘doing business’ magazines for you, outlining Singapore opportunities, and Vietnam’s tax administration, while we look at the current foreign invested business confidence in China and examine why the country keeps being written off by the West. An enlarged BRICS grouping, possibly to rival the G20 is being planned, while in India we look at what new expatriates can expect, and have interviews with how business was successfully established and integrated there from our own Dezan Shira & Associates. We finish with the latest developments across European-Asian geopolitics and supply chains and our usual BRI global news round up.
With its favorable taxation policies and strategic position within Southeast Asia, Singapore offers foreign investors competitive and unprecedented access to the Asian market.
A strong understanding of tax liabilities enables foreign investors to maximize the tax efficiency of their investments while ensuring full compliance with all tax laws and regulations.
Company surveys conducted by foreign chambers of commerce in China have shown that while business confidence is shaken by the recent disruptions, most foreign companies still view the country to be an essential market, key to global competitiveness.
An online meeting of potential BRICS+ Foreign Ministers was held last Friday (May 20) in which the FMs of Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa (BRICS) were joined by the FMs or representatives from Argentina, Egypt, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Nigeria, the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, and Thailand.
Beijing’s influence is being aligned with Moscow and New Delhi as Washington and Brussels begin to slip away.
Interviews with Chris Devonshire-Ellis, Rohit Kapur, and Manjeet Kripalani about the implications of the firm’s move to break the China mould and expand elsewhere into Asia.
This article discusses the types of jobs open to foreign nationals, local living conditions and related concerns, the taxation regime and reporting requirements, and access to social security, and holds value for foreign hiring managers as well.
Eurasia’s Shifting Supply Chains
If successful, Russia would effectively control both northern and southern European supply chain routes to Asia.
Examining European Union-Central Asian market potential and new supply chain routes through to China via Kazakhstan as new EU-Central Asian trade agreements take effect.
Belt & Road Initiative
All the latest global headlines about China’s Belt & Road Initiative
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