Is Latin America an attractive market for the immigration sector when we talk about Investment Visa Programs in Europe?
Dr. Yuu Shibata, our Head of the Japan Desk and the Spanish Desk, has contributed to Uglobal’s latest analysis about the increasing interest in investment immigration from Latin America, giving a special focus to Mexico‘s situation.
In a World Wealth Report 2021 released in early July, the Capgemini Research Institute revealed the global HNWI population increased by 6% during the pandemic era; and the Latin America HNWI wealth grew by 0.5%. Mexico, a country of 128 million people, has been severely affected by the pandemic, and its economy has taken a hit. However, despite the COVID impact, the global investment immigration industry is yet to properly explore the potential in the region, industry professionals say…
You can check the complete article at: https://www.uglobal.com/en/immigration/posts/mexicos-investment-immigration-potential-remains-untapped/
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Mazzeschi S.r.l. | Operazione/Progetto finanziato nel quadro del POR FESR Toscana 2014-2020
Il progetto ITACA (ITaly Attract ChinA) è un investimento nei paesi/mercati a lingua cinese, in particolare Taiwan con l’obiettivo di accrescere le quote di mercato dell'azienda. Tramite ITACA la Mazzeschi Srl ha aperto un ufficio a Taiwan con assunzione di personale di lingua cinese, creato un sito internet in lingua cinese e partecipato a fiere e varie attività di promozione a Taiwan.
Mazzeschi S.r.l. | Project co-financed under Tuscany POR FESR 2014-2020
The ITACA project (ITaly Attract ChinA) is a fund to invest in Chinese-speaking countries/markets, in particular Taiwan with the aim of increasing the company's market shares. With the help of ITACA project, Mazzeschi Srl has opened an office in Taiwan and has hired a Chinese-speaking staff, created a Chinese website and participated in fairs and various promotional activities in Taiwan.