Companies considering international expansion to India may want to look at what is often seen as straightforward, low risk way of entering the market: a joint venture. These are partnerships whereby the parties agree to collaboratively setup a new entity, sharing expenses, assets and revenues. When expanding into new geographies, it is common for foreign companies to seek out local partners
Since India is a hot country for those considering international expansion, it was no surprise that many of you had a host of additional questions after our webinar last week Doing Business in India. We didn’t have time to cover them all in the allotted hour, so we thought it would benefit everyone to see the additional questions that came up, as well as the answers from our India expert.
U.S. companies considering international expansion may want to look due north.
If an international expansion is on the horizon for your business, value added tax (VAT) may be one of the many details you need to address.
Businesses looking at international expansion today have India high on their lists.
Since VAT can impact everyday business for companies expanding internationally, it was no surprise that many of you had a host of additional questions after our webinar this week Getting the "Value
If your business is expanding internationally, you are likely familiar with the phrase