SyCipLaw’s Doing Business in the Philippines: A General Guide (2018 Update)
SyCip Salazar Hernandez & Gatmaitan’s (SyCipLaw) publication about the general guidelines in doing business in the Philippines has been updated. This aims to showcase the Philippines as an attractive venue for business ventures and to also guide the businessmen and lawyers alike in their business decision making, and it was produced in 2015 in commemoration of the firm’s 70th anniversary.
The publication contains important factors to consider when setting up a subsidiary or branch office, the pre-registration to post registration requirements and the different processes involved, brief description of the taxes and labor related matters that need to be considered and followed. Updates include recent developments based on the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (Republic Act No. 10963) and the Philippine Competition Act (Republic Act No. 10667). SyCipLaw partners Hiyasmin H. Lapitan, Maria Jennifer Z. Barreto and Franco G. Larcina, with associate Michael Trance Joseph M. Nuñez, prepared the updated version.
To download a copy SyCipLaw’s Doing Business in the Philippines: A General Guide (2018 Update), click here.
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