Malta may be tiny but it is not afraid of thinking big. Innovative pro-business and liberal social policies have positioned Malta as one of the world’s most forward-looking nations that is expected to become Europe’s fastest growing economy in 2019.
Sustainability has never been higher on the agenda of both corporates and consumers than it is today. Sustainable agriculture, energy and tourism have long been in the mainstream, but today sustainability can be seen in everything, from finance and consumer goods, to education and transportation.
Businesses and consumers are standing on the brink of a payment revolution. Interest in the adoption of new technologies is quickly moving into the mainstream. Contactless is the latest buzzword of the payments industry, as it opens up exciting new opportunities for innovation.
Mauritius has constantly been reinventing itself. By leveraging its strategic position at the crossroads of Africa, Asia and Australia, the Indian Ocean island is gradually transforming itself into a business hub and an international jurisdiction for investors in search of security and transparent regulation.
The rapid expansion of the investment migration industry shows no sign of slowing down. Across the entire industry spectrum, every nook and cranny has been experiencing growth. New programmes have come online and even more in the offing, raising questions among industry commentators on their sustainability.
Singapore has gone into party-mode as 2015 marks half a century of independence. The island nation has unveiled a festival of events surrounding its Golden Jubilee, reflecting on the country’s journey that has seen it rise from a post-colonial backwater to one of the most respected and admired countries in the world.
Panama has constantly been reinventing itself. By leveraging its strategic position at the crossroads of the two Americas, the Atlantic and the Pacific, Panama has well transformed itself into a hub and an international jurisdiction for investors in search of security and sound regulation.
The US$5.3 trillion-a-day foreign exchange market is undergoing rapid change as a result of technology and new regulation. While high profit-making opportunities in the world’s largest financial market attract many traders, they demand to do business with sound financial institutions that offer transparency across each transaction.
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