International trade: With regulation in mind

COMPANIES must navigate a minefield of taxes, regulations and restrictions to successfully trade internationally.

Whether simply selling overseas, establishing a representative office, joint venture or a wholly-owned enterprise, there are a bewildering number of factors to take into account, from taxes and tariffs to labour rules and restrictions on foreign investment.

For businesses that have previously traded solely in the UK, or even in the European Union, the amount of red tape sometimes associated with do... You can carry on reading for free, but you have reached the maximum number of pages an unregistered user can view. To register for an account, click here or login below...