The 10 Best Countries to Start A New Business

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7. Denmark

With its capital serving as both an industrial and financial hub, Denmark dominates the list of global start-up locations. There are very low levels of corruption and a highly skilled workforce. The gross domestic product is average, coming in just under $46,000. Businesses are able to be established quickly with minimal costs and has a corporate tax rate of 24.5 percent based on the U.S. News Best Countries Report.


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

  1. No Russia among those 10? Open markets, low taxes, educated and skilled labor force, European quality for Asian prices – what can be better for new business?

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

      1. I live in Russia,and it is the last country you may think starting up any business. The corruption in our country is on the top of constitution . It is better to live in jungle than in Russia. ( sorry for bad english)

  2. I advise each one of you to freeze any business investment in any of the countries.
    Only invest on gold !!!!

    Mark my word. The gold price will raise aggressively in the upcoming months!!!!

    Good luck

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