Cyprus tightens CBI scheme and executes in May
Mar 1, 2019
The cabinet tightened procedures for applicants to the “Golden Visa” program and announced the new rules apply in 15th May 2019 onwards.
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"supporting enterprises, safeguarding jobs, stabilizing the economy ", the HK government announced several measures to support enterprises and create a diverse economy, especially the SMEs, financial sector and innovation technology industry.
Nearly a thousand ethnic Chinese took to the streets of Madrid after the BBVA froze its Chinese clients' accounts without notice. The bank brushed off accusations of racism, saying it was merely complying with money laundering laws. Why were those accounts force closed? Is there really racism?
While most of the comments focus on the drawbacks that Brexit would bring to the UK and 27 countries of EU, less attention was paid to those developing economies. These potential pitfalls should be, however, keep an eye out for.
Since the UK fell into a stalemate in the Brexit agreement, many investors have sat on the rails waiting for more market signal. Interestingly, a group of HK tycoons forged ahead and made over HK$20 billion investment in the UK property in last year alone.
The British Columbia government imposed multiple taxes trying to cool down its speculative real estate market. Is the Vancouver property market going to face an inevitable recession? Or the crisis creates opportunities?
IRC Canada welcome the year 2019 with announcing great details of its Immigration Levels Plan: the plan is now extended to 4 years and the immigrant intake target is upscaled to a total of 1.3 million by the year 2021. See more on the targets for each immigration program!