Companies registered in Taiwan, as well as those that are not registered in this country, but sell goods on the Taiwanese market have to register for VAT purposes in this country.
Once an investor completed the procedure of company formation in Taiwan, the company is legally allowed to start its business operations.
A franchise business represents a common way to open a company in Taiwan.
In order to sell tobacco products in Taiwan, local and foreign businesses have to comply with specific and somehow stringent regulations.
The e-commerce sector in Taiwan is rapidly expanding, a trend that is known to happen in other jurisdictions as well.
A consulting company in Taiwan is set up with the purpose of providing a wide range of consulting services to other businesses.
A recruitment company in Taiwan is established with the purpose of selecting the persons seeking for a job opportunity in this country.
When manufacturing food products in Taiwan, local and foreign companies have to comply with a set of regulations.
Businessmen who want to open a company in Taiwan have the possibility of registering the trademark of their brand, following specific procedures.
The main laws and regulations which govern the working relations in Taiwan are the Labor Standards Act 1984 and the Employment Services Act 1992.