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Ghana has caught the eye of foreign investors and many companies seeking to explore business opportunities. A peaceful political transition has helped in expediting Ghana’s growth in foreign direct investment in recent years and the country has recently introduced several programs to improve the investment climate for both the local and international investors.
India has recently been going through a period of unprecedented economic liberation and offers political stability that is important for foreign investments, wherein companies can make the most of their expansion plans by identifying their growth. The financial system also offers a plethora of services. India has jumped 79 places from 142 to 63 in the World Bank’s ease of doing business rankings.
Doing business in Greece is far easier today. More state services have come online, investment incentives are kicking in and various reforms and policies are boosting the labor market. With its strategic location and a commitment from political leaders to support investor-friendly policies, Greece’s business prospects have a bright future in the long run.
Kenya has positioned itself as the leading economic and business hub in the African Region, and serves as a point of entry to the East African market. Kenya provides a positive investment climate that has made it attractive for international firms seeking a location for regional or pan-African operations. Its economy is projected to grow by 5.4 per cent by the year 2022.
Nepal has been pursuing a liberal foreign investment policy and been striving to create an investment- friendly environment. Favorable demographic structure, geographical location, low tax and improving business indicators makes it a hub for foreign investment both as joint venture operations with Nepalese investors or as 100 per cent foreign-owned enterprises.
Bangladesh’s GDP is expected to grow by 7.5 percent in FY2021. The country has harbored the spirit of free enterprise and innovative entrepreneurship, which is well-knit into its economic fabric. The government has given highest priority to augmenting private investment in Bangladesh, and the incentives offered are considered to be the most competitive in South Asia.