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For Oversea Entrepreneurs & Investors

Business & Investment Program

Canada offers various investment and business based routes through which one can gain Canadian Immigration. These programs are offered by both the Canadian Provincial and Federal Governments. In addition to the advantage of Canadian Immigration there are other contributory aspects which make Canada an Investment and business attraction. we name a few here

Business Presentation
  • A warm and welcoming business environment - Canada is the best country in the G-20 to do business, according to both Forbes and Bloomberg.

  • A resilient growth record - Canada led all G-7 countries in economic growth over the past decade (2003-2012). Source: The World Bank

  • Incomparable market access - The investors in Canada will have assured preferential access to both NAFTA and the EU - a vibrant market with a combined GDP of US$35 trillion, or nearly one-half of the world output of merchandises and services. Source: The World Bank

  • A vastly educated workforce - Canada's workforce is the most educated among members of the OECD, with almost half of its working-age population having a high level education. Source: Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development

  • Low tax rates - Canada's overall marginal effective tax rate is by far the lowest in the G-7 - about 17 percentage points lower than that of the United States. Source: Finance Canada

  • Competitive R&D environment - Canada's R&D-intensive sectors enjoy the lowest costs in the G-7, with a cost advantage that is 10.7 per cent lower than that in the U.S. Source: KPMG

  • Financial stability - For the sixth consecutive year, the World Economic Forum has declared Canada's banking system to be the soundest in the world. Source: World Economic Forum

  • A great place to invest, work, and live - Canada is one of the globally most multicultural countries with world-class universities, a universal health care system and clean and friendly cities in addition to having the second highest standard of living in the G-20, as measured by GDP per capita. Source: The World Bank

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