Cayman joins neighbours with 'Global Citizen Programme'

Pedro Gonçalves
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Cayman joins neighbours with 'Global Citizen Programme'

The Cayman Islands moved ahead with its global citizen initiative that will allow individuals to reside in the jurisdiction while working remotely. The 'Global Citizen Program' "designed to attract higher net worth guests," said Tourism minister, Moses Kirkconnell. "We are pursuing the opportunity to welcome business executives, entrepreneurs and students who can work remotely in a stunning and worry-free environment as they work and manage their business from offshore.  This will allow...

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