British Virgin Islands

Thursday, May 06, 2021

Remote workers tap scheme to see out pandemic in Caribbean

Remote workers tap scheme to see out pandemic in Caribbean

‘Digital nomads’ lured to economically hard-hit islands with visas and no income tax. Few islands reinvented their economy by opening up their island to an alternative long-term tourism. Some islands, such as BVI, suffering from poor leadership that refused the offer and do not really try to reinvent their collapsed economy, and stay far behind.
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Bob 87 days ago
That’s not a new norm. BVI government rejects every project that can enrich the local people, unless there is a personal kickback for their own bank accounts. Anyone that want to introduce project benefiting the general public in BVI, must come with a concrete details how much in it -in advance- is going into the decision making food chain pockets first. Once this is clear and paid, suddenly you will get government support, license, whatever you need to get it done. And this support will remain until they realize you making real money out of it, and than they will want more. Or block you if you don’t pay.
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