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The following is a selection of news related to the Global Residence and Citizenship Planning industry.

 

Property: Port Louis Grenada

Grenada, also known as the ‘Spice Isle’, is one of the most enchanting islands in the West Indies. Unspoilt and exotic, it boasts dramatic scenery, tropical rain forests, cascading waterfalls and golden beaches. Along with its sister islands, Carriacou and Petite Martinique ...

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Reflections: Aristotle

The ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle was born around 384 BCE in Stagira, a small town on the northern coastline of Greece. His father passed away when Aristotle was just a young boy, and he was raised by his sister’s husband, Proxenus of Atarneus, who sent him to Athens ...

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Diogenes: The Wisdom of Solomon

King Solomon is generally considered to be the personification of wisdom. Solomon had a vision, in which the Lord offered him his choice of gifts. Realizing the enormity of his task, Solomon chose an understanding ...

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Global Citizen: Dr. Imtiaz Sooliman

Born in 1962 in the small, four-district town of Potchefstroom in South Africa, it is little wonder that Dr. Imtiaz Sooliman has always had a strong sense of community. He graduated as a medical doctor in ...

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What is Driving Second Citizenship for Asia’s Elite?

The majority of the world’s wealthy elite have traditionally hailed from those parts of the world with advanced Western economies; most notably from Europe and North America. This trend is however shifting east as Asia ...

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Cyprus Real Estate Market Turns a Corner

There is little doubt that the island of Cyprus was, in many ways, ‘born lucky’. Resting comfortably in the Eastern Mediterranean basin, it enjoys not only the mild weather and abundant sunshine ...

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Celebrities Stand Together #WithRefugees

House keys, diplomas, mobiles, and phone numbers are just some of the things people carry with them when escaping from violence. In the moment they flee, refugees cast a last desperate look around their homes and grab a few vital possessions to take into exile ...

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Grenada — The Hidden Gem

In the Eastern Caribbean lies the island nation of Grenada, surrounded by exotic topography, breathtaking beaches and a year-round temperate climate. Dubbed the ‘Spice of the Caribbean’, or the ‘Spice Island’, it is home to just over 100,000 people ...

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Opinions — The State of Swiss Banking Today

Many international clients bank in Switzerland are concerned about recent developments in the Swiss banking sector, where the number of banks decreased from 331 in 2006 to 275 in 2014 when the financial crisis of 2007/2008 took its toll. ...

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Opinions — Global Passports and the Dilution of Citizenship

Until just the past few decades, voluntary international travel for business or leisure was limited to the 1% elite of any society. Today, by contrast, over one billion people cross borders each year. This short-term human mobility is bedrock to the world ...

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What is the Quality of Your Nationality?

Rather than the typical naturalization procedures of lengthy stays of residence, language tests and other requirements, countries increasingly offer foreign individuals the option to become citizens if they ...

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Kochenov: The Status of a ‘Non-Citizen’ of Latvia

While the majority of countries in the world tend to grant only one, single, nationality to their citizens, two well-known exceptions occur: one at the level of status ...

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