Country Overviews

An attractive corporate tax rate, growing economy and skilled workforce makes Ireland a popular destination for businesses looking to expand internationally. See our guide to learn more about doing business in Ireland.

A growing economy, large labor force and ease of trading across borders makes South Korea an attractive option for businesses looking to expand internationally. See our guide to learn more about doing business in South Korea.

A large economy, favorable tax incentives, and ease of trading across borders makes the Netherlands an attractive option for businesses looking to expand internationally. See our guide to learn more about doing business in the Netherlands.

Before expanding internationally, it is important that you carefully assess the economic, political, and social impacts your host country will have on your business. But where do you start? Whether you’re a human resources, finance & accounting, or legal professional, use this guide as a how-to manual when doing business in Japan.

Before expanding internationally, it is important that you carefully assess the economic, political, and social impacts your host country will have on your business. But where do you start? Whether you’re a human resources, finance & accounting, or legal professional, use this guide as a how-to manual when doing business in India.

Before expanding internationally, it is important that you carefully assess the economic, political, and social impacts your host country will have on your business. But where do you start? Whether you’re a human resources, finance & accounting, or legal professional, use this guide as a how-to manual when doing business in Australia.

Before expanding internationally, it is important that you carefully assess the economic, political, and social impacts your host country will have on your business. But where do you start? Whether you’re a human resources, finance & accounting, or legal professional, use this guide as a how-to manual when doing business in Brazil.

Before expanding internationally, it is important that you carefully assess the economic, political, and social impacts your host country will have on your business. But where do you start? Whether you’re a human resources, finance & accounting, or legal professional, use this guide as a how-to manual when doing business in the UK.

Germany has earned the title of Europe’s largest economy. Its openness to foreign investment and proximity to other key nations make it a popular choice for international expansion.

Singapore’s stable government, excellent infrastructure, foreign investment incentives and competitive tax rates provide a favorable environment for business expansion. See our Singapore Country Overview for six things to know about doing business in Singapore.

As a leading global center of finance and a significantly open economy, it's surprising to be reminded that Hong Kong is actually a Special Administrative Region of China.

With a familiar culture and its proximity to the United States, Canada is often a popular first choice for American and non-U.S. companies looking to expand internationally.