The European Union (EU) is an association of 27 European countries. It was created for economic development between countries and a customs union between them. Registering a company in the EU may be a good solution, as you will have the opportunity to freely trade your goods and services in the territories of EU countries.
Due to the fact, that the EU is a subject of international public law, it has a right to participate in international relations and enter into international transactions. We would like to draw the attention of those, who wish to open a company in the EU, that a single market has been created within all the countries, that make up the European Union. Today, in 19 countries of the EU used a single currency, due to which the Eurozone was formed.
Entrepreneurs, who want to start a business in the EU, will be interested in learning about the advantages:
IQ Decision specialists can consult in more detail on this issue.
In order to open a company in the EU, it will be useful to know, that:
Forms of doing business in the European Union
A most common forms of opening companies in the EU are a Joint Stock Company (JSC) and a Limited Liability Company (LLC). The founders of such enterprises can be either one or several entrepreneurs, who will have an opportunity to obtain a residence permit in a particular jurisdiction.
Given the fact, that Great Britain withdrew from the European Union, it is now possible to register a company in the EU on the territory of 27 countries. Our employees provide an opportunity to open a company in each of these states, which include:
Having decided to open a company in the EU, we can consider Latvia as a good option for doing business. This jurisdiction is a member of the World Trade Organization, and the registration of a company in Latvia may open up the following advantages for you:
This jurisdiction is included in the European and Shingen zones. The advantages of registering a company in Lithuania may be:
It is a state with an optimized tax system. This jurisdiction may be interesting for those, who wish to register a company in the EU due to such advantages:
You can learn more about registering a company in Estonia by consulting with our specialist.
A jurisdiction is also a member of the European Union, so we want to draw your attention to the advantages of establishing a company in Slovakia:
It is a state with a favorable economic and investment climate. It might be a good idea to register a company in Bulgaria, given the country’s advantages:
If you want to set up a company in the European Union and conduct duty-free trade, there is an opportunity to register an LLC in Bulgaria. IQ decision employees can consult in more detail.
It is a state, which consists of 16 federal states. The advantages for registering a company in Germany are as follows:
This jurisdiction is a good option for doing business. A country occupies most of the Iberian Peninsula and is divided into 17 autonomous communities and 2 autonomous cities.
Our specialized experts are ready to provide you with personal advice on registering a company in Spain.
When choosing Finland as a jurisdiction to open a European company, please note, that there are a number of reasons for registering a company in Finland:
This is a jurisdiction, that is considered a largest center for doing business. Therefore, it is attractive to foreign investors. The following advantages also play a positive role in choosing Malta as a platform for those, who wish to start a business in the European Union:
Our specialists can help you to register a company in Malta and in other European jurisdictions.
IQ Decision lawyers are ready to provide full legal support in registering a company in the European Union, as well as in purchasing an existing company in the EU. In order to start cooperation with us, order personal advice with a profile specialist by contacting the contacts, listed on the site.
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