The Radius Blog

Each Monday morning, we provide brief summaries of interesting and informative international stories from around the web.

Depending on how you look at it, temporary assignments to China just got a whole lot more complicated or significantly more clear with the announcement late last year of newly clarified visa requirements for some short-term workers.

Mergers and acquisitions are on the rise and many if not most U.S. companies seeking to merge with or acquire another business are looking beyond their own shores. But what kind of complexities do international carve-outs create?

Key themes emerge when planning for international expansion. These themes remain as your business moves through the lifecycle of international growth and maturity, and as your employees work toward operational excellence overseas.

Hypothetical Taxes are part of a tax equalization policy — a way of ensuring that your expats do not incur a tax penalty or tax bonus by working in another country.