Doing business in Germany

The Moore Stephens Doing Business In series of guides have been prepared by Moore Stephens member firms in the relevant country in order to provide general information for persons contemplating doing business with or in the country concerned.

This guide is designed to give an insight into doing business in Germany jointly with relevant background information, which could be useful for organisations considering establishing a business in this country, either as a separate entity, as a subsidiary of an existing foreign company, or anyone who is considering to work or live in Germany.

We will offer you every month a new brochure of this series.

Doing business in Germany 2019

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This issue of MO(O)RE News presents the latest developments in (international) tax law, accounting, labor law and business law.


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BRL – Welcome to Moore Stephens!

Multidisciplinary law firm BRL BOEGE ROHDE LUEBBEHUESEN (BRL) has joined Moore Stephens and is from now on a Moore Stephens member firm in Hamburg and Berlin.


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Certification for Online Vendors

Starting in 2019, marketplace operators will be held liable by the German tax authorities if German or foreign online vendors sell goods in Germany through their marketplace without paying German value-added tax.


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