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By , September 23, 2017 12:02 am

Opening business branches in other countries.

Many companies world are expanding their businesses past their countries bounders to other countries. Expansion of business over borders is a goal of all institutions from banking industry to schools. In the past this move was welcomed with a lot of hostility by the destination country making set up business or institution very difficult. However currently many countries are passing laws and decrees to encourage more and more companies to settle in their country. What have softened governments is discovering that their country gains to gain from foreign investors through.

The country will have more jobs opportunities. Companies when they expand will require personnel with local expertise. Therefore creating income to the locals.

Development of infrastructure. It is usual for companies expanding to other countries to have an agreement with the local government that they will offer assistance in developing the infrastructure. In addition the local government generates revenue by charging fees and taxes to the foreign company.

Creation of supply of new goods and services. This is especially the case with education where foreign institutions helps to diversify the education sector of the country. The citizens will get to learn new courses which were not initially offered by local institutions.

Legislation which have been passed to facilitate expansion of businesses into the country includes.

Legislation involving real estate. Some countries had very strict conditions that a business had to own a piece of land in order to operate in the Country. The problem was that the land owners in the country were afraid of their land being acquired by foreigners. In addition the risk of acquiring land overseas is very high plus the company needs large amount of capital to finance the acquisition. To encourage businesses countries have removed this law and allowed foreign companies to rent properties to use for their operations.

Foreign governments are doing away with the many bureaucratic rules and regulations to non-resident companies. Foreign governments usually ensured that a non-resident company had to go to very many government offices before getting approval to do business in the country. Non-resident companies would abandon the prospects of investing in the country after discovering it would take them a long time to settle in. To encourage businesses the countries have reduced the requirements and approvals need.

Financial payments to the government is the only item that foreign countries are still reluctant to adjust fairly. Fees and taxes imposed on foreign companies has been raised at a very high rate by the local governments. Foreign governments justify the high fees and taxes to creating a more conducive business environment.
There is a need for governments to rethink about the huge capital requirement on foreign companies.

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