Amid the economic turmoil in most parts of the world, there have been obvious though various measures taken by governments to revitalize their economy; from policies to interest rates to inflation control to investments. Still, its “fruits” would depend on how it’s implemented.
Recently in Bulgaria, their government came up with an innovative way of perking up foreign investments, and that is by offering Bulgarian citizenship to investors.
At any rate, the granting of citizenship or even allowing entry to foreigners has been misaligned in some countries. Like, they allow an alien’s entry just because s/he is an actor or celebrity in his country of origin – then when he’s sort of settled, he just ends up waiting tables or working as a gas boy. Such would not be economically beneficial to the host country unless they really lack such workers. Or if these foreigners are just there as…
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