Hi Devetra ! Hope you are doing fine!
Its awesome to see people with interest in expanding businesses. I work for a huge multinational that has business all around the globe. The quick and short answer is it depends but in general yes.
It will depend on several factors:
1) How much volume do you intend to negotiate in the country of question. You can do direct sales from another country, have a distributor or work with an in market operations. All will come down to how much to you forecast to have as business and that will dictate the level of complexity of the operation.
2) What is the industry you are working with. Countries tend to have specific legislation for some of the fields such as pharmaceutical, chemical, food & beverage, etc.
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I believe the answer would be yes. You have to abide by the laws of both countries.
This is a great question. The general answer is yes you do have to abide the trade rules of your country.
It is important to note that if your company is in another country (meaning incorporated in another country) but has a place of business in your country (example: an office building or a warehouse) then you will most likely have to register your company with your country and therefore abide by their rules.
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Straight answer is Yes. You will need to abide by the laws in the countries you conduct business.