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S’IMPLANTER AU PORTUGAL
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Opening an office in Portugal
 
 
 
As well as its discreet avant-garde dynamism, other aspects of the Portuguese market – size, Portuguese consumption habits, quality of life and so on – make this country ideal for setting-up a French company, particularly a SME. There are already more than 400 French companies here in Portugal and France is the third most represented country, behind Spain and the Netherlands. France’s third place in terms of imports and exports to/from Portugal illustrates the economic ties between the two nations. 
In order to help French companies be successful, French investors can rely on the Portuguese community living in France as one of the strong cultural and social links between the two countries. A trial run in Portugal can be organised prior to testing products and/or before tackling the Spanish and/or Portuguese-speaking markets (namely Angola).
Aware of these selling points, the French Economic Mission and PLMJ, the biggest practice of Portuguese lawyers, have compiled a reference work containing all that you need to know in order to set-up successfully in Portugal.
The guide called « S’implanter au Portugal » (in French) aims to become bedside reading for all investors who want to have all the trumps in their hand when tackling the Portuguese market.
 
Under the supervision of Claire Monne and Yves Cadilhon,
Deputy and Chief of the Economic Mission in  Lisbon
ISBN : 9782279452216
270 pages
 
Contents:    
The economic, political and social environment                    
The legal framework for investment
Different types of company
How to finance and manage a company
Company and personal tax laws
Human resource management
Intellectual property
Advice on how to approach the process
Costs for planning and opening a company
Contacts
Publication available at the ‘Librairie du Commerce International’

*Or at the following website www.ubifrance.fr/librairie
 



  
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