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04 Feb

Consumers are Driving Major Food and Beverage Trends

Today many consumers are passionate about their health, and it is none too soon. As a nation, the U.S. has become progressively less healthy, and the food and beverage industry has been a major contributor. From high-fructose corn syrup to highly refined carbohydrates, the U.S. has literally made itself sick. Consumers have woken up, however,

28 Jan

Why to consider Hungary as an ideal location for investing?

Tax benefits and incentives From 1 January 2017, the standard rate of corporate income tax for Hungarian and, in some cases, foreign companies decreased to 9%. As Hungary is a member of the European Union, various financial sources for investment or development supported by the EU are available for companies. There are certain tax credits

24 Jan

Advantages of investing in Morocco

Despite the much instability that are affecting the majority of its neighbors’, including some European ones, Morocco is fast becoming one of the best emerging markets for investment. Over the last decade, Morocco has witnessed an accelerated process of political, economic and social reforms, and its steady economic growth and strategic geographic position make it

23 Jan

Why Invest in Serbia

Many world-renowned companies have recognized Serbia’s potential and decided to locate operations in Serbia. For some of them, Serbia serves as a manufacturing hub that enables duty-free exports to a market of more than 1 billion people. Others are attracted by our country’s adept level of English language proficiency, highly skilled and easily trained workforce

22 Jan

Business Environment in Estonia

Estonia is one of the highest rated liberal market based economies in the world. It is the first economy having a flat rate income tax system, a friendly environment for foreign investment and no tax policy on reinvested corporate profits. Estonia consistently ranks as one of the most open, competitive and transparent economies in the

18 Jan

UK Tax on property acquisition

Stamp Duty Land Tax (“SDLT”) is charged on purchases of freehold and leasehold land and property in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. The charge is normally based on the price paid for the property, but can also apply where land and property is acquired in exchange for non-cash payment, for example for the transfer of

17 Jan

Apples and new agricultural producers

Over the last few years China has grown to dominate the apple juice export market. Domestic producers of apples are unable to compete with imported apple juice concentrate and have changed the products that they market. As the world production of apple juice concentrate has increased the world price has dropped. This has occurred when

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