Germany is one of the world's most experienced market economies. It is the world's third largest economy in USD exchange-rate terms, the fifth largest by purchasing power parity (PPP), and the largest economy in Europe.
These are only the top-level reasons why companies decided to incorporate their business in Germany in the year of 2011. The opportunity that was taken by organisations with the business objective to take a step ahead in their marketplace.
Germany uses the common European currency, the euro, and its monetary policy is set by the European Central Bank in Frankfurt, Germany. The German economy is heavily export-oriented. German exports accounting for more than one-third of national output. As a result, exports traditionally have been a key element in German macroeconomic expansion. Germany is a strong advocate of closer European and worldwide economic and political integration, and its economic and commercial policies are increasingly determined by agreements among European Union (EU) members and EU single market legislation.
Incorporating a new entity in Germany provides companies great opportunities to expand their business in Germany and greater Europe. In 2013 our legal advisors guided companies to start and grow business in Germany and Greater Europe. In addition, we are a strong partner for existing companies doing business in Germany.
By establishing a strategic legal, tax and accounting* plan in cooperation with our clients we build the confidence that you as an investor will achieve the most out of your individual business plan in a strong German economy.