Change in Japanese Tax Laws Good News for UK Companies

On March 16, 2015, the Japan’s Ministry of Justice announced that it had abolished the local residency requirement that at least one of the representatives of a domestic corporation should have a Japanese address, which often complicated the corporate formation process for overseas entrants into Japan. The change became effective immediately.


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Article by Deloitte, May 2015