DOMINICA, GOVERNMENT

Dominica’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Welcomes You

30/09/2016

…breathtaking ecosystems and landscapes make Dominica a particularly attractive destination for investment in both tourism & real estate

It is my pleasure to welcome you to adventurous Dominica, an island known for its flora and fauna, lush forests and hot sulphur springs. We are blessed with three national parks, four reserves, 365 crystal-clear rivers (one for each day of the year), and rare endemic species. Such breathtaking ecosystems and landscapes make Dominica a particularly attractive destination for investment in both tourism and real estate.

dommin_01_415x505While Dominica’s rich natural exterior may appeal to the daring, internally the island has, for many decades, reaped the benefits of a stable political climate. It is a tranquil, peaceful nation with an international network of allies and friends. Our foreign affairs policy has focused on forging advantageous trade and business agreements with other nations, with the CARIFORUM-EU Economic Partnership Agreement standing as a prime example of this strategy. Dominica is also a member of the CARICOM and the Commonwealth of Nations and, as such, the country is an ideal location for those wanting to establish a safe, secure and prosperous business.

Locally, Dominica is making headway as a trusted provider of banking and medical services, and as a bulk water exporter. Such businesses are enriched by Dominica’s highly literate workforce, cost advantages in wage rates and a low tax regime. Fiscal incentives, such as 20-year tax holidays, are granted to enterprises to facilitate investment in the productive sectors of our economy.

I invite you to explore the unique investment opportunities that only the ‘Nature Island’ of the Caribbean can offer and I further urge you to do so under the lens of Dominica’s Citizenship by Investment Programme.

With warm regards,

The Honourable Francine Baron
Minister of Foreign Affairs and CARICOM Affairs of the Commonwealth of Dominica

 

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