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Doing Business in the Czech Republic
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Here you will find out conditions for conduct trade activities in the Czech Republic, as well as how to comply with the Czech rules on the value-added tax (VAT), how you can post your workers to the Czech Republic, if the service you want to provide is regulated in the Czech Republic and many other important information.
Trade Fairs and Exhibitions
Exhibiting has a long tradition in the Czech Republic. A number of trade fairs held in the CR has a significant importance from the global point of view.
Business in the Czech Republic
Foreign legal entities are allowed to conduct trade activities, including acquisition of real estate, under the same conditions and to the same extent as Czech entrepreneurs. They may become founders or co-founders of a company, or may join an existing Czech company. Foreign companies may operate in the Czech Republic, either by establishing a branch office registered in the Czech Republic or by establishing a Czech company.There are four different legal forms of companies; the most common are limited liability companies (s.r.o.) and joint-stock companies (a.s.). The business name of the company shall be unique.
Czech Republic among top destinations for expats
Czech Republic jumps from 18th to 4th position in HSBC’s global ranking of best places to live and work for expats. Becoming the best performing European country in this league table.
Step by step guidelines
A person interested in doing business needs to know regulations related to the activity he/she intends to conduct, conditions that have to met, and permissions, certificates and stamps that have to be acquired. He/she is also concerned if application forms are available, where to send them and what happens to them afterwards.
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