The Federal Republic of Germany is the largest European economy and the fourth largest economy in the world. It also ranks amongst the world’s top exporters.
Manufacturing provides the backbone of the German economy. It is well known for famous car brands, like BMW, Volkswagen and Mercedes Benz, as well as electrical engineering and chemical products. With a domestic market of over 80m people, it attracts a high level of foreign business. The guide to Doing Business in Germany explains the country’s business environment with a focus on:
- General information
- German Economy
- German business practices
- Business infrastructure
- Establishing a new business in Germany
- German labour law
- Principal of equal treatment
- Employment contracts
- Labour law suits
- Taxes and social insurance contributions
- Ostensible self-employment
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