Qatar National Vision 2030, a development plan launched in 2008 spearheaded the country's economic diversification in non-oil sectors and brought in many changes in foreign investment policies and procedures over the years.
With 1.4 million citizens, 3.3 million expatriates and 6 per cent of global oil reserves, Kuwait is a rich country with a bounty of natural resources, a global top ten oil exporter.
For centuries, Oman has been engaged in overseas trading with its marine business vessels navigating across African, European and Asian shores.
Shifting a company's operations into foreign soil for business expansion is usually a complicated, time-taking and costly affair and due to these very reasons, only a few companies venture upon corporate migration without solid economic reasons such as favourable labour and market conditions spurring business growth.
Cross border innovative collaboration has now become possible and easy for local business establishments with company registration in Singapore as the country joins 45 member countries across the globe as a member of the Eureka network.