Tax Rates in ASEAN, ERP Strategy in India, and Vietnam-Italy Relations – Asia Investment Brief
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Tax considerations form an essential part of a corporate strategy and play a key role in determining the success of a business. For those seeking to invest into more than just one ASEAN economy, or looking for a jurisdiction to base their business, an inter-country tax comparison can help make a suitable, cost-effective decision.
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems merge diverse traditional management roles into an integrated structure, assisting the flow of information across multiple organizational verticals.
Monies flowing into Central Asia have risen at extraordinary rates during the first quarter of 2018 as Russia’s economy rebounds after refocusing on Eurasia, and investment opportunities present themselves as a result of connectivity projects developed as part of China’s Belt and Road.
Remittances from China to Central Asia remain negligible according to research conducted by the Dezan Shira & Associates Belt & Road Desk.
The year 2018 marks the 45th anniversary of Vietnam- Italy diplomatic relations. Since 2013, when a strategic partnership was established between both the countries, bilateral trade and investments have witnessed a significant growth.
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