Doing business in Hong Kong

This Business & Taxation guide 2014 aims at providing an overview of Hong Kong to businesses wishing to do invest in this booming market.

Being ranked the “World’s freest economy”*, Hong Kong has been a city of choice for establishing local companies and regional offices for many decades and has a number of features which are attractive to overseas investors. By offering one of the lowest profits tax rates in Asia and excellent transportation facilities (natural harbour, modern docking facilities and state-of-the-art international airport), Hong Kong is an attractive location for international trade and business.

Table of contents

  1. General information
  2. Regulation of foreign investment
  3. Government incentives
  4. Forms of business entities
  5. Setting up of business entities
  6. Business taxes
  7. Personal taxes
  8. General obligations of taxpayers and employers
  9. Double taxation agreements
  10. Other taxes
  11. Portfolio investment for foreigners

To read the full content of this guide, please download the document below.

 

* Source: Economic Freedom of the World: 2013 Annual Report, Fraser Institute, Canada and 2014 Index of Economic Freedom, The Heritage Foundation, Washington and the Wall Street Journal

 

 

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