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Ease of Doing Business: Ireland vs Denmark

Updated on Monday 01st May 2017

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Ease-of-Doing-Business-Ireland-vs-Denmark.jpgIreland and Denmark are both very competitive economies, providing a high level of regulations related to the business environment. However, the two countries have a set of differences in terms of the ease of doing business. Investors who are interested in Irish company formation should know that Ireland occupies the 10th rank at a global level for starting a business, in a study conducted by the World Bank for 2017. Our team of specialists in company formation in Ireland can provide in-depth information on the main aspects regulating the incorporation of a business here. 
 

Doing business in Ireland vs. Denmark

 
According to the data provided by the World Bank, Ireland is the 10th global economy for the ease of starting a business. Although Denmark provides an attractive business environment, in the World Bank study, the country is situated on a much lower rank - the 24th.
 

Regulations for foreign investors in Ireland vs. Denmark

 
With an attractive legislative framework, Ireland and Denmark are situated on similar positions in terms of protecting the minority investors. Entrepreneurs interested in opening a company in Ireland have better conditions here, as the country ranks as the 13th economy, while Denmark is situated on a similar position, being the 19th global economy for the regulations protecting the minority investors
 
The index referring to the protection of minority investors takes into consideration aspects such as: 
 
director’s liability;
shareholder’s litigation aspects;
shareholder’s rights;
ownership;
corporate transparency. 
 
Our team of consultants in company registration in Ireland can offer more details on the legislation referring to the Irish shareholders and directors. 

 

Paying taxes in Ireland vs. Denmark

 
Another index that shows the level of competitiveness in Ireland and Denmark refers to paying the corporate taxes. Both countries have very similar conditions, being included on the top positions in the World Bank study. Ireland is ranking as the 5th economy, while Denmark in on the 7th rank, a position which was also granted in 2016. 
 
Foreign businessmen who want to open an Irish company may pay their corporate taxes in a simple procedure, that can be completed on the on-line platforms of the relevant institutions. 
 
Businessmen are invited to contact our team of company formation agents in Ireland for more details on the registration of business
 

Comments

  • Gary 2017-05-01

    They are both very good locations for business purposes!

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