Hurricane Relief Fund Announced as part of the Citizenship by Investment Programme

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United States of America – Iconic Culture and Influence

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Grenada – The Island of Spice

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While there is history of civilization dating back as far as 500 BCE, as countries go, Vanuatu is still relatively new. The area—formerly known as the New Hebrides—was ruled by separate British and French administrations in what is known as a condominium. In this case, a condominium refers to a political territory where multiple sovereign …

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Situated where east meets west, Turkey has had front row seats—and been a star player—for the rise and fall of countless empires. And with that kind of epic history, it should be no surprise that Turkey is also a land of immense opportunity. Economically speaking, Turkey is a significant force due to its sheer population …

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From the Romans to the Ottomans and beyond, Turkey is one of the most historically, politically, and economically important nations in the world. From a political standpoint, Turkey has been an important player on the world stage and was a founding member of the United Nations as well as an early member of NATO, the …

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Though sometimes referred to as Turkey’s “second” city, the capital Ankara has plenty of charm and sites that make it anything but second rate. The name Ankara originates from the Celtic word Ancyra which means anchor—perhaps a strange name for a land-locked city. But, according to myth, King Midas—whose touch turned everything into gold—is buried …

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Although Malta may have the smallest economy of any European Union nation, that doesn’t mean it’s not mighty. Sometimes good things come in small packages. The International Monetary Fund classifies Malta’s highly industrialized and service-based economy as advanced. Malta is also a member of the European Union and the Eurozone, having formally adopted the euro …

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Like many European nations, six years ago, Cyprus was on the brink of economic ruin. But unlike many of its neighbours, Cyprus’ economy has recovered and is currently thriving. This cycle of tough times followed by extraordinary growth is a familiar narrative in the economic history of Cyprus—demonstrating a resilience that makes Cyprus very attractive …

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UAE President Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan has announced that 2019 will be marked as the Year of Tolerance. Though the name might be different, many are viewing 2019’s celebrations as an extension to last year’s observances of the Year of Zayed, which marked the 100th anniversary of Sheikh Zayed’s birth. This year is …

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There’s more than just a four-day weekend to celebrate this UAE National Day. Falling on Sunday, December 2, National Day marks the day seven Emirates came together to form one nation in 1971. This year’s celebrations promise to be extra special because 2018 has been marked as the Year of Zayed after Sheikh Zayed bin …

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The past year has been a milestone year in the UAE for many reasons, but none more significant than the simple fact that 2018 has been the Year of Zayed. 2018 marked 100 years since the birth of the UAE’s founding father, Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nayhan. Sheikh Zayed is one of the country’s …

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Effective immediately, Antigua and Barbuda now has a fourth investment option for those looking to invest in citizenship in the Caribbean nation. The University of the West Indies Fund offers the opportunity to receive post-secondary education at the University of the West Indies Open Campus, the fourth campus of the Anglophone Caribbean’s premier university. Applicants …

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