I found this:
No Country for Income Tax via Howmuch.net
And it’s something that many people don’t seem to realise: that many of the biggest tax havens are located in the Arabian peninsula.
Of course, most of those countries come with restrictions (like no foreign ownership).
But when I look at cities like Doha, Dubai and Abu Dhabi, it seems pretty clear to me that those cities are doing a damn good job of becoming attractive living destinations. Which makes me think that the offshore tax residency of the future will likely involve actual residency in an Emirate.
On an unrelated note – Angola? A tax haven?
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