Any investors, who want to succeed in their business-doing in China, are strongly advised to better understand tax departments, tax categories, tax rate and official invoices in China. WFOE stands for wholly foreign owned enterprise, which is a limited liability company wholly owned by either a foreign legal entity or a foreign natural person. The foreign investors may be foreign enterprises or individuals from Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan or overseas.
Hong Kong is an international metro and a well-known free trading port in the world. With the integrated infrastructure and the laws and legislations, it provides an advantageous commercial environment to all the enterprises in the world. Therefore, more and more companies establish their own companies in Hong Kong for the following purposes such as facilitate trading, enhance company image, competitive advantages, tax planning and others.
The minimum requirements for the incorporation of a Company in Malaysia are as follows:
Each Company must have a minimum of two (2) directors, being a natural person with their principal place of residence in Malaysia.Have a minimum Authorised and Paid-up Capital of RM100,000 and RM2 respectively.
Foreigners (Corporate/Individual) can set up companies in Malaysia provided they have a place of residence in Malaysia.
Foreigners (Corporate/Individual) wishing to set up business operations in Malaysia must establish a Malaysian registered Company.
An offshore company is a company that is incorporated in a foreign nation, for the purposes of company structuring and tax planning. An offshore company is applicable to Trading Company, Investment Company, Holding Company, Shipping Company, Property Owning Company, Patent & Copyright & Loyalty Companies and Professional Services.
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