International Business Guides

Doing business in Singapore

In the last few decades, Singapore has become one of the world's largest financial centres. It is now a strategically important financial and commercial hub for the entire region of Southeast Asia. Singapore was one of the founding members of ASEAN, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, in 1967, along with Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines and Thailand, and strongly supports the goal of building a strong, prosperous and rules-based ASEAN.

In our business guide, we highlight some of the key elements that investors need to consider when embarking on doing business in Singapore, and explain some of the conditions that make the jurisdiction so attractive to foreign investors.

Download our doing business in Singapore guide

The guide explores the challenges and opportunities presented by the Singaporean market, the legal system, foreign investment incentives and restrictions, along with top tips for establishing a business.

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