Mazars' Doing Business in Korea is a practical guide for businesses who have invested or are looking to invest in the region.
Asia has become an international growth driver, both local and international companies are seeking assistance from professional firms offering a large range of business expertise in Asia Pacific.
In this guide, we consolidated our knowledge to give you a brief summary of the benefits and restrictions of setting up a business in Korea. You will find guidelines on how to establish an entity, the foreign business restrictions, investment incentives, work permits and visas, taxation, audit and accounting, country quirks and the contact persons for each individual country.
Supporting your internationalisation needs
Mazars Korea collaborates with our offices in 86 countries to offer market assessment and market entry services to meet companies’ needs in internationalisation.
Mazars provides compliance and advisory services across Asia Pacific. Our clients include owner-managed businesses, international corporate organisations and blue chip companies.
We provide services in the following areas: company registration, accounting, payroll, tax compliance, audit and other services as requested by our clients.
Our integrated structure enables Mazars to ensure quality of service and cooperation across the region. We use our local knowledge to ensure that you remain compliant, allowing you to focus on developing your business.
When you choose Mazars in one or more countries, you can be assured of a cost effective, one point of contact service.