Expat News Tagged 'Economy'

New UK Visa Route Announced For Expat Tech Recruits

New UK Visa Route Announced For Expat Tech Recruits

By Fiona Moore, for ExpatBriefing.com, 23 October, 2015

A new Tech Nation Visa Scheme has been announced to ensure the digital business community has the sufficient routes to attract overseas talent. Read full story »

Tags: individuals | business | Business Groups | Employment | Expats | Immigration | Investment | Visas and Passports | Working Abroad | Work | Invest | Working Abroad | Economy | Immigration | Investment | Working Abroad

 

Kazakhstan Announces Tax Breaks For Investors

Kazakhstan Announces Tax Breaks For Investors

By ExpatBriefing.com Editorial, 07 May, 2014

Kazakhstan plans to boost investment with a number of new incentives, including a ten-year exemption from corporate income tax for investors, according to the Ministry of Economy and Budget Planning. Read full story »

Tags: tax | investment | foreign direct investment (FDI) | law | employees | corporation tax | Kazakhstan | services | Expats | Visas and Passports | Other | Economy

 

DIFC Event Discusses Sukuk Oversight

DIFC Event Discusses Sukuk Oversight

By ExpatBriefing.com Editorial, 23 April, 2014

International standard setter the International Islamic Financial Market recently organized an industry consultative meeting on the standardization of Shari'ah-compliant financial certificates, known as Sukuk. Read full story »

Tags: environment | Finance | tax | investment | business | law | accounting | international financial centres (IFC) | Bahrain | offshore | standards | islamic finance | Dubai | Expats | Economy

 

Mauritius Eyes 'Rainy Day Fund' In 2012 Budget

Mauritius Eyes 'Rainy Day Fund' In 2012 Budget

By ExpatBriefing.com Editorial, 06 October, 2011

Due to a deterioration in the global economy, Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister of Mauritius Xavier-Luc Duval has confirmed plans to provide for a special ‘Rainy Day Fund’ or ‘Fighting Fund’ in the country’s 2012 budget, designed to support strategic sectors currently in difficulty and to support employment and growth. Read full story »

Tags: expatriates | tax | investment | economics | business | Mauritius | fiscal policy | international financial centres (IFC) | budget | social economy | offshore | social security | inflation

 

 




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