The 10 Best Countries to Start A New Business


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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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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