Asia-Pacific

The Asia-Pacific region is booming. The enormous surge that started in China is spreading rapidly across the entire economic area. Companies from all over the world are investing in the Asian market in particular, and generating long-term profits.

Mazars has always been a professional and reliable advisor to companies looking to expand abroad. We focus on providing support with founding offices, company acquisitions and joint ventures, as well as providing ongoing guidance from within the new country.

In the Asia-Pacific region, Mazars has numerous offices across Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Malaysia, Myanmar, New Caledonia, Pakistan, the Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand and Vietnam.

Of these, China, India, Japan, Singapore, South Korea and Thailand are particularly important for the German economy. Which is why Mazars Germany works with local Mazars offices in these countries to offer specialised services with consulting portfolios specifically tailored to the needs of German companies in Asia and Asian companies in Germany.

China

China is one of Germany’s most important trading partners. German companies currently operate more than 2,000 branches in China, employing a total of some 700,000 staff in the country. Germany, in turn, is home to approximately 100 subsidiaries of Chinese firms, which employ approximately 12,000 people.

India

India is one of Germany’s most important trading partners. German companies currently operate more than 1800 branches, employing a total of some 280,000 staff. And Indian companies, too, have numerous subsidiaries based in Germany.

Japan

Japan is one of Germany’s most important trading partners. German companies currently operate almost 400 branches in Japan, employing a total of some 70,000 staff. Germany, in turn, is home to approximately 450 subsidiaries of Japanese firms, which employ approximately 58,000 people.

Singapore

Singapore is an important trading partner for Germany. German companies currently operate almost 500 branches in Singapore, employing a total of some 43,000 staff. Germany, in turn, is home to approximately 70 subsidiaries of Singaporean firms, which employ approximately 8,000 people.

South Korea

South Korea is an important trading partner for Germany. German companies currently operate almost 260 branches in South Korea, employing a total of some 33,000 staff. Germany, in turn, is home to approximately 60 subsidiaries of South Korean firms, which employ approximately 5,000 people.

Thailand

Thailand is increasingly becoming an important trading partner for Germany. German companies currently operate almost 200 branches in Thailand, employing around 32,000 people, and the number is growing rapidly. Many Thai companies also have offices in Germany.

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