Middle East

The region made up of the 8 Persian Gulf countries (Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, UAE, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Oman and Qatar) is one of the most stable economic areas in the world, with secure legal frameworks and a strong focus on international business.

Their economies are based on the production and exploitation of oil, and they import virtually every other product that they need for domestic consumption.

There are many companies that use this region as a hub to access Africa and Asia. The many advantages of the Persian Gulf, together with the large number of free trade areas, have resulted in excellent business infrastructure and an efficient financial system. With a favorable tax regime (individuals are exempt from paying income tax or import duties) and the availability of highly skilled labor, this region is one of the most attractive in the world for doing business.