Global Links Asia

Global Links Asia

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26 March 2020

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The Ministry of Trade and Industry of Singapore (MTI) believes that the new strain of coronavirus (Covid-19), is expected to have a negative impact on the Singapore economy, especially for sectors such as tourism, aviation, retail, foodservice, and point-to-point transport services. While Singapore is dealing with the economic collapse from the ongoing Covid-19 outbreak, from February 18 this year, a slew of measures to deal with short-term challenges such as the coronavirus outbreak and long-term economic development was introduced by Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat.

In the article below, Global Links Asia will update the key announcements made during the Singapore Budget 2020 with the latest schemes and support packages.

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Australia has always been rated as one of the most developed countries in the world in the fields of finance and business. Also, the social regime and the educational system also develop very comprehensively. From an economic perspective, the business environment in Australia is competitive, but extremely attractive to foreign investors.

In this article, Global Links Asia will provide an overview of the business environment and the requirement to set up a company in Australia.

Change in tax exemption for Singapore company

 Singapore is one of the best options for start-up, not only because of its strong economic development but also government incentives and support for businesses. After completing the procedures to incorporate a company in Singapore, the business will enjoy many government incentives for income tax.

 

In this content, Global Links Asia will provide the information about current tax exemption scheme in Singapore.

 

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