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Country Guides

If you were previously on the fence about why choose Singapore to set up company and do business in other countries such as Malaysia, India and Australia for example, we will tell you why Singapore is a better fit. For one thing, Singapore is unmatched when it comes to political stability in Asia, which makes it an excellent and safe choice to run a business.

It was also ranked as the number one city with the best investment potential and ranked the number one easiest place in the world to do business by the World Bank Report 2016. Singapore is also recognized as the number one most transparent country in Asia and in the world. In fact, according to the World Bank’s Doing Business Report 2016, Singapore has been consistently recognized over and over again as the best place in the world to set up company out of 189 countries surveyed. And that is why Singapore is the place you should choose to get your business venture started right now.

Here are some of the country guides we have for you:

Company Setup in Singapore to do Business in Malaysia
Company Setup in Singapore to do Business in Malaysia
As one of the most dynamic and business orientated nations in the world, Singapore’s excellent connectivity, world-class infrastructure, strategic location, first class labour force and breadth of global industry experts and professionals offer unrivalled opportunities for Malaysian businesses.
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Company Setup in Singapore to do Business in India

Company Setup in Singapore to do Business in India
Indian startups are going places today. Singapore is one of the ‘go to place’ for several Indian startups. Take for instance, Flipkart (India’s largest online retailer) and InMobi (India’s largest mobile advertising network) are both registered in Singapore.
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Company Setup in Singapore to do Business in Australia

Company Setup in Singapore to do Business in Australia
All businesses need to pay income tax as long as their income was derived from or remitted into Singapore. There are other taxes you may need to pay (e.g. withholding, goods and services, property, stamp duty) depending on your business.
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