By Karina Reizner, Hategan Attorneys
Romania has undergone one of the most promising economic growths among the EU states in the last few years. The height of the economic boom saw a 7% GDP growth in 2017, slowing down to a forecasted 3.8% GDP growth in 2019: still one of the highest growths in the European Union. This economic success is due partially to the flow of foreign direct investment (FDI) into Romania which might break the EUR 5 billion milestone in 2019, a height which has not been experienced in more than a decade.
By Tony Constantine, Ciuni & Panichi, Inc.
The United States’ opportunityzone programme encourages investment into what Senator Cory Booker describes as “domestic emerging markets”. The programme is a departure from traditional economic-development programmes. It provides taxpayers with the ability to redeploy unrealised gains for the purpose of revitalising distressed areas without an immediate tax burden.
By Prof Sergio Guerrero Rosas, Guerrero y Santana, S.C.
With the entry of the new government in Mexico led by President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, new foreign- investment opportunities seem to open up, mainly in the Mexican southeast and in the northern border area, so here is a brief summary of some tax credits and current incentives in Mexico.