The 10 Best Countries to Start A New Business


5. United Kingdom

Looking at Europe as a whole, the U.K. is one of the easiest places to set up a company in. For example, incorporation can be completed within an hour for under $20. There are also a number of tax benefits from both investors and founders. According to the Financial Times, approximately 660,000 companies were established in 2016 and the figure continues to rise.


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6 thoughts on “The 10 Best Countries to Start A New Business”

    1. Aha…and govermental raider robberies, wronful and unconventional checkups, and inability to use international investments 😉 thanks, no

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