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Doing Business in Canada Series - Part 3: Canada's Tax System

Canada’s tax rules are complex and subject to change. The information contained herein is not, and is not intended to be a comprehensive overview of Canada’s tax system. 970 more words

Franchise & Distribution Law

Doing Business in Canada Series - Part 2: Business Structures

Several different business structures may be used to conduct business in Canada. Non-residents looking to engage with Canadian businesses, or those intending to carry on business in Canada, should familiarize themselves with such structures. 909 more words

Franchise & Distribution Law

CircusTrix: The Ups and Downs of International Expansion Case Solution

Case Solution & Analysis for CircusTrix: The Ups and Downs of International Expansion by Simon Greathead, Case Lawrence, Jonathan Richards.

Complete Case details are given below : 215 more words

General Management

Lionel Zinsou : « Africa is profitable »

Courtesy of “La Fabrique de l’Exportation”, a French Think Tank dedicated to the promotion of French Exports, here is an interview they conducted with Lionel Zinsou, 580 more words

Entrepreneurship

Graph insight: ANT FINANCIAL’S INTERNATIONAL EXPANSION HAS BEEN UNVEILED BY ITS PARTNERSHIPS & INVESTMENTS

The partnerships & investments of Ant Financial taken place out of China deliver three key messages:

First, Ant Financial’s expansion is primarily based on the “ecosystem-oriented vision”. 291 more words

Business Insights

Doing Business in Canada Series - Part 1: Canada's Legal System

With its stable political and economic landscape, independent governments and courts, skilled workers and high standard of living, Canada is an attractive jurisdiction for carrying on business. 459 more words

Franchise & Distribution Law

Even in countries with cheaper local competitors, Amazon and Netflix are succeeding

There are local, country-specific versions of every startup from Amazon to Uber to Warby Parker, many of which are more successful than their US peers. But in the streaming world, Netflix and Amazon’s Prime Video seem to dominate globally. 595 more words