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The British Virgin Islands, or BVI, comprise more than 40 Caribbean islands and islets with subtropical vegetation, white sandy beaches and coral reefs.
The British overseas territory forms part of an island chain, alongside the neighbouring US Virgin Islands. Tortola, the largest of the 16 inhabited islands, is home to more than three quarters of the population.Tourism and offshore finance dominate the economy.Financial and business services account for nearly half of the islands’ GDP. Legislation adopted in the mid-1980s enabled a rapid expansion of international financial services.
Ireland is one of the best places in the world to do business. International companies are attracted for a variety of reasons, but the facts speak for themselves.
Ireland has a small highly globalised economy, with a large exporting sector, and a significant number of multinational corporations. While the global downturn impacted significantly on Ireland, the outlook for the economy is improving.
Ireland’s corporate tax rate is 12.5%. Organisations also benefit from a comprehensive tax treaty network providing tax treaties with 70 countries.
Cost of Living
Strategically located in the heart of the South Pacific, Fiji offers a cost-competitive location for investors intending to set up offshore operations for the manufacture of advanced technological products for regional and international markets. Fiji has today become an export-driven economy spurred by high technology, knowledge-based and capital-intensive industries.
There are numerous opportunities in the traditional economic sectors as well as in rapidly emerging sectors like ICT and integrated resort development. Fiji has a proven track record in attracting investors from all over the world, many of whom have re-invested in multiple projects in Fiji.
Ease of doing business
Extensive deregulation over several decades has reduced many regulatory burdens and created one of the world’s most efficient, competition-friendly economies.The 2013 World Bank Doing Business report ranked New Zealand third in the world for ease of doing business and first for ease of starting a business.The findings of this report are supported by the 2013 Index of Economic Freedom, compiled by The Heritage Foundation and The Wall Street Journal, which ranked New Zealand the fourth freest economy in the world.
Ready access to banking services
Many of the big international banks are represented in New Zealand through agents or sales offices.The Reserve Bank of New Zealand, whose main function is to implement Government monetary policy according to annual directives, supervises New Zealand’s banking system. It also registers and supervises other banks.
Mauritius is a peaceful emerging economy blessed with a wonderful climate. It has good quality infrastructure and has modern information and telecommunications facilities. It has a low crime rate.
Mauritius is becoming a financial trade and global business destination of choice. Politically stable and well governed, this democracy won the first annual Ibrahim Index of African Governance. ”Doing Business 2013” ranked Mauritius as the number one African country in terms of ease of doing business and 20th world-wide.
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The Government of St. Kitts and Nevis has a long running “Citizenship-by-investment” program attracting foreigners, who make a substantial contribution to the development of the country. Investors along with any family members, can directly qualify for citizenship through investment, either by making a donation or investment in real estate purchase.
St Kitts passport is an excellent second passport for visa free travel to over 100+ countries in Europe, Caribbean. It usually takes 6 months to receive the passport after the investment is made
Latvia has a unique geographical and cultural position, providing a strategic location for business operations targeting developed economies of the EU and emerging markets of eastern neighbours. Latvia is a natural gateway between the US, EU and Asia (especially Russia/CIS). Advantages enabling successful trade include:
Advanced transport infrastructure: Located on the Baltic Sea, Latvia has three major, ice-free international ports—Riga, Liepaja and Ventspils—that are closely linked into the country’s land-based infrastructure, including an extensive rail, road and pipeline system. Read More »
Specialising in luxury Caribbean real estate, 7th Heaven Properties offers real estate for sale from across The Bahamas. This guide is intended to provide you with an introduction to the Bahamas real estate market. Contact us with any other questions or to begin a bespoke search for your perfect property.
New Providence is the most populous island in The Bahamas. Popular areas on and around New Providence, include Lyford Cay and Old Fort Bay on the western coast and Cable Beach and Paradise Island near Nassau on the northern coast.
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Specialising in luxury Caribbean real estate, ElegantInvest offers real estate for sale from across the Cayman Islands. This guide is intended to provide you with an introduction to the Cayman Islands real estate market. Contact us with any other questions or to begin a bespoke search for your perfect property.
Several areas around Grand Cayman’s capital George Town are particularly popular with luxury real estate buyers. There are luxurious condos for sale in resorts along the world famous Seven Mile Beach and beachfront homes in South Sound.
Why invest in the Cook Islands ?
The Cook Islands has been the sleeping (and creeping) giant in the South Pacific, known more as a layback tourist vacation destination for most New Zealanders and a handful of Australians, Europeans, North Americans and Canadians.
Our total number of tourist per year have been building steadily but still less than 100,000 annually.
The only major airline to date is Air New Zealand, with a couple of outside players like Pacific Blue and Air Tahiti – however good marketing over time and as critical mass has taken effect, the word about the nature of our people, the pristine and safe location of the Cook Islands, and..
Population : 20.33 Million (2012)
GDP: US$ 59.42 Billion (2012)
Main Languages Spoken: Sinhala, Tamil, English
Literacy Rate: 94.2% (2011)
A multi ethnic, multi religion, multi cultural society
Main Ethnicities: Sinhala, Tamil, Muslim
Main Religions: Buddhism, Hinduism, Christianity, Muslim
Has a well educated, literate population.
Specialising in luxury Caribbean real estate, 7th Heaven Properties offers real estate for sale from across the Dominican Republic. This guide is intended to provide you with an introduction to the Dominican Republic real estate market. Contact us with any other questions or to begin a bespoke search for your perfect property.
The Dominican Republic has a sophisticated second home market driven by a very well established tourism industry. There are homes for sale, ranging from affordable to ultra luxury, in gated communities and beachfront resorts across the country