Business Guide to Taiwan

Business Guide to Taiwan

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The Business Guide to Taiwan, part of the Business Guide to Asia Series, will provide detailed information on setting up and running business ventures in Taiwan. The author, Michael Clancy, is a writer and consultant based in Taipei. He has lived and worked in Taiwan for many years, and provides consultancy services to companies wishing to set up in Taiwan. He has also carried out extensive research on many key industries in Taiwan. The Business Guide to Taiwan will enable readers to share the author's experience, insights and analyses, and make living and working in Taiwan a more enjoyable and profitable experience. Furthermore, the book has its own website at http: // that allows readers access to a wealth of additional material that space limitations prevented from appearing in the printed book. The Business Guides are aimed at business people requiring an accurate and up-to-date guide to how business is organised and regulated in Asia. All contributors are experts and specialists in their fields, providing you with an unparalleled wealth of insider knowledge. Each chapter is packed with the kind of information and advice usually available only to elite clients with large budgets for outside consultants. Business Guides aim to cover: . negotiation preparation. marketing and distribution. foreign trade. taxation. customs. intellectual property. business law. foreign investment. financing. economic conditions and trends Detailed technical information normally only available from consultantsPart of the Business Guide series
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Product details

  • Paperback | 300 pages
  • 155 x 234 x 23.88mm | 630g
  • Singapore, Singapore
  • English
  • 9810080824
  • 9789810080822

Table of contents

Economic Conditions and Trends; Negotiation Preparation; Financing; Foreign Trade and Investment; Employment Law; Marketing Issues,; Distribution; Securities Regulation; Taxation; Customs, Intellectual Property; Dispute, Resolution, Litigation and Arbitration, and many issues specific to doing business in Taiwan.
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