Belize is a very popular jurisdiction for offshore company formation and has the benefit of the free-trade zone to encourage foreign trade and investment. Belize has the third highest per capita income in Central America, Tourism is the number one foreign exchange earner in this small economy, followed by exports of sugar, bananas, citrus, marine products, and crude oil. Belize is also known for its extreme biodiversity and distinctive ecosystems.
Located in the middle of the Andes, Ecuador stands out globally as an attractive destination for commercial opportunities. The region’s climate has created the perfect conditions for agricultural production, and with the rise of globalization, Ecuador has turned into an exporting powerhouse and is a leading manufacturer and exporter of raw materials around the world.
Mexico is a growing economy and a nation with enormous growth potential. The country’s economy is the 11th largest in the world by purchasing power party (PPP). Mexican workers are the hardest working in the world in terms of annual hours worked and profitability per man-hour. Mexico is an export-driven economy that benefits from stronger global demand.
Delaware lies in the Mid-Atlantic or Northeastern region of the United States. Delaware has the 5th highest GDP per capita among all U.S. states and is consider as the Corporate Capital of the World. It is easier and cheaper for a company to incorporate in Delaware that in most other states, even if the company conducts most of its business outside the state. Delaware is one of the five states without a sales tax.