European Countries' Investor Migration Opportunities
IRELAND is an island in the North Atlantic which is the third-largest island in Europe. It is also known as ‘The Silicon Valley of Europe’, many famous Information Technology companies set up their European headquarters in Dublin, as well as a lot of foreign direct investment because of the lowest corporate tax policy. It’s become one of the fast-growing economies among the European Union Countries.
BULGARIA is a country in Southeast Europe, has a temperate continental with hot summers, long, cold winters and very distinct seasons. It is a country with various celebrations throughout the year, Bulgarians are very attached to the traditions and culture. The cost of living in Bulgaria is relatively low, which is 47% lower than in the US.
MALTA is an English-speaking country. It is the member of EU, Schengen, Eurozone and Commonwealth of Nations. Malta has comfortable weather over the year with mild winters and warms to hot summers. As a Catholic country, living in Malta is safe, and citizens are kind and helpful.
GREECE is a European country with comfortable weather over the year since the climate in Greece is predominantly Mediterranean. It is a popular country for living as Greece is safe and peaceful, and the living expense is relatively low. Port shipping and international cruise development of Greece provides a good business and investment environment for entrepreneurs.
PORTUGAL is a coastal nation in southwestern Europe and is a maritime climate country with hot summer and cold winter. Portugal has an outstanding natural environment which consists of mountains of Iberian Peninsula forests with a deep valley in the north and Tagus River with Mediterranean plant species in the south. It is a great location for retirement not only natural beauty but also great food and low cost of living.
SPAIN is located on the Iberian Peninsula in southwestern Europe, and it is the fourth largest country in Europe. The economy of Spain is continued growth and by far the fastest growth rate of all big eurozone economies. Despite the great economic growth, the health care system of Spain is considered one of the best in the world and provide free medical treatments to citizens.