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  • Singapore business sector overviewDatum03.01.2023 16:48
    Thema von TimothyHughes im Forum Dies ist ein Forum in...

    The Republic of Singapore, or simply Singapore, is a sovereign city-state in Southeast Asia. Singapore is a global hub of finance, trade and transportation with numerous reputations, such as: B. The most technology-ready country, the top city for international meetings, the city with the best investment potential, the third most competitive country, the third largest financial center and many other nominations. The country has also been recognized as a tax haven.

    Singapore has the fifth highest human development index of the United Nations and the third highest GDP per capita; It is also of high priority in the areas of health care, education, life expectancy, personal safety, quality of life and housing. There are four official languages: English, Malay, Mandarin and Tamil.

    Business overview in Singapore
    Singapore is recognized by the rest of the world as a top business destination for a number of reasons. With the help of various policies and reforms, the government has managed to turn Singapore into a perfect business environment. Because of the appropriate environment, Singapore offers ample opportunities for businesses to grow and flourish over time. This is just one of the reasons why much of the city's businesses are owned by foreign entrepreneurs. Business people from all over the world are attracted by the sophisticated infrastructure and extremely advantageous geographic location.

    As the most technology-ready nation in the world, Singapore's openness to communication and information technologies has contributed to the country's economic success. In addition, an advanced seaport, along with international and domestic transportation services, enables entrepreneurs to use the land as a center of trade and commercialization. Singapore's global connectivity along with trade ties has enabled investors and entrepreneurs to tap into the Asia-Pacific region as one of the fastest growing regions in the world.

    The city-state continues to enjoy a high reputation as an economy with a triple-A rating and strong growth potential.

    Industry sectors
    Because of its business-friendly environment, there are numerous industries that have flourished over the years. Below is an overview of some industries which, among other things, offer various business opportunities for foreign and local entrepreneurs.

    Oil Refining – Singapore is the third largest oil refining and trading center and the largest oil rig producer in the world. Singapore is also a major hub for ship repair services. Refined petroleum is one of the most important export products.

    Banking Sector – With over 200 banks operating in Singapore and an increasing number of banking institutions setting up their operational headquarters to service the activities of the regional group, the banking sector is a particularly profitable area for the country. Not only does the banking sector provide jobs and profits for the country, its liquid capital market is also an important source of funding for Singapore's growth and development.

    Information Technology – Singapore was among those countries that have managed to catch the emerging trend of IT companies and their economic success, so they seized the opportunity to invest in this then new sector. In addition, the highly skilled employees with impressive IT skills have helped this sector grow and prosper.

    Telecommunications Industry – deals with the provision and improvement of mobile services, internet connectivity services and other technologies in Southeast Asia. Such services are in high demand due to the growing number of businesses and residents in Singapore.

    Travel and Tourism – Over the years, the number of tourists visiting Singapore has increased and it is still becoming an increasingly popular travel destination. Due to its favorable geographical location, beautiful nature and culture, as well as numerous international and domestic modes of transport, Singapore attracts more tourists every year, which in turn leads to an increasing demand for tourism-related services and businesses.

    Food and Drinks – Due to the high proportion of overseas visitors, as well as people who have chosen to live in Singapore, the nation's culture is quite diverse and complex. The diverse preferences of these people have resulted in increased demand for a wide variety of kitchens and the business opportunities in the sector.

    Hospitality Industry – The hospitality industry is supported by the government, particularly the establishment of resorts and hotels, as well as small businesses such as inns, guest houses and hostels, due to the increasing interest of tourists. While Singapore is very open to a variety of business opportunities, those that help maximize tourist numbers are particularly welcomed by the government.

    Retail Fashion and Stores – Singapore residents are very interested in fashion and keeping up with the latest fashion trends is an important issue in their lives.

    Beauty Salons and Spas – while Singapore is often viewed as a highly productive place to work, everyone needs to relax and unwind from time to time. Despite the lively nature of Singapore's residents, a large number of them have made sure that they visit a beauty salon or spa on a weekly basis.

    Education – Entrepreneurs' capital also welcomes various educational institutions. Education, which usually takes the form of private courses in certain sectors, is particularly popular with young entrepreneurs. Because of this, education has become one of the most successful companies today.

    This overview of the potential business sectors in Singapore is certainly not complete, and there are numerous other sectors that provide business opportunities for overseas and local entrepreneurs.

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    The limited liability company in Germany, also known as a limited liability company or simply GmbH, is one of the most common corporate structures in Germany. It is an extremely flexible structure as it combines numerous legal advantages while having very few limitations. In Germany, the GmbH is subject to corporation tax (KSt), the solidarity surcharge and trade tax.

    GmbH can be founded with at least one shareholder, provided that it has a share capital of at least EUR 25,000. The share capital can be deposited in cash, contribution in kind or contribution. As an exception, the shares in the GmbH may neither be sold publicly nor entered on the public stock exchange. The company is managed by the shareholders' meeting. The day-to-day decisions and business are taken care of by the company's board of directors, appointed by resolution of the shareholders' meeting.

    GmbH formation procedure in Germany
    All legal requirements and regulations for the formation of the GmbH are determined by the company law.

    Before starting the incorporation process, it is highly recommended to apply for an availability check to check the availability of the company name with the local Chamber of Commerce and Industry department, notarize the company incorporation documents and open a bank account. In this preliminary stage, share capital must be paid into the bank account.

    In order to initiate the incorporation process, the following company documents must generally be submitted to the local commercial register authority:

    Application for company formation;
    notarized articles of incorporation;
    A document stating the Board of Directors and its structure;
    A document proving that the share capital has been deposited.
    All documents listed above must be submitted in digital form in accordance with German standards for digital filing and verification. The formation of a newly founded company takes place on the basis of a central electronic platform that is developed and operated by the commercial register of the Federal Republic of Germany.

    Trade license and sales tax acquisition
    The next logical step before starting business is to apply for a business license from the local Office for Economy and Standardization, followed by registration with the National Statistics Office (with all the necessary operational, industry and financial information). Data). After that, newly founded GmbHs should also submit and register with the local IHK and the local department of the employment office.

    The employment office should hear the case and assign a company an eight-digit number that must be reported to the social welfare office. After all the previous steps have been carried out and completed, the GmbH must submit an application to the federal health insurance fund. In addition, legal notices should be sent to the Central Tax Administration informing about the newly formed company, with all the above points leading to registration for the German corporate tax and sales tax payer number.

    After completion of the company formation procedure, the company can finally start its business operations. Because the majority of companies registered in Germany need local employees. Employers are largely offered a well-trained workforce. It is also possible to look for employees at the numerous local recruitment agencies.

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