EUROPEAN COUNTRIES WHICH WILL NOT AUTOMATICALLY EXCHANGE INFORMATION (OECD)

Often we get asked, why we focus more on Montenegro, Serbia, Moldova, (North) - Macedonia and also on Vanuatu.

One of the advantages for East European countries and the Pacific Island is that they carry a much better reputation compared to the reputation reflected for Caribbean Islands. Most of the costumers prefer to choose a country, which holds such a good name and a strong Politic.

From my experience I can tell that many of my clients are especially interested in those countries because they (Montenegro, Moldova, Serbia, Vanuatu) have not signed the Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax Matters (OECD).

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VANUATU PLANS TO ISSUE VOLCANO COIN TO PROMOTE LOCAL TOURISM AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

Vanuatu will issue its digital currency "Volcano Coin" to promote Vanuatu's tourism and tourism-related business globally. The project will be launched in the near future. The development of digital currencies and blockchain technology has attracted worldwide attention. Developed countries and some forward-looking developing nations have recognised their great prospects. Throughout the world, Venezuela and Barbados have taken the lead in launching the national digital currency, the United Kingdom and Netherlands have tested digital currency, and China, India, Sweden and Australia have successively established the National Digital Currency Institutes.

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MONTENEGRO TO LAUNCH NEW CITIZENSHIP-BY-INVESTMENT PROGRAM IN OCTOBER 2018.

GCI – Global Citizenship Investment by TCME Group Worldwide , one of the leading global investment migration firm, has welcomed the announcement by the Government of Montenegro that it will launch its long-awaited citizenship-by-investment program in October 2018.

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