The Marshall Islands are an island state located in the Pacific Ocean, southwest of Hawaii and east of Micronesia. From the 19th century onwards control of the island switched between various European countries, among them Japan and the U.S., and only in 1990 did they fully gain independence. The government is a democratic republic and its political reality stable. The island spans 181 km2 and has 70,000 residents. State revenues rely, among other things, on activities related to the establishment of foreign companies on the islands. The local infrastructure is highly developed in comparison to neighboring countries, including two power stations, a central water system, two international airfields and 12 deep water docks for ocean liners.
The Marshall Islands boast long, sandy beaches spotted by groves of coconut trees, clear water lagoons, and a bounty of tropical fish, huge tortoises and coral reefs. The climate is hot and humid, with the rainy season lasting from May to November. The islands suffer yearly typhoons and sometimes floods. They are built on atolls, formerly volcanoes that have eroded and produced coral reefs surrounding lagoons. These can span thousands of square acres, gradually being formed over 30 million years.For Viewing Marshall Islands in Google Maps - Click Here
The fishing industry, specifically the huge tuna market and export of coconuts, provide a significant measure of island revenue. There is also great tourist potential thanks to the diverse and pastoral shorelines and almost perfect weather, but this has only recently been understood. Today efforts are being made to realize this potential and transform the tourist trade into big revenues. The U.S. military also has a base on one of the islands, contributing significantly to the economy by providing employment to locals and rent. Additionally, the islands receive substantial aid from the U.S.
Companies established there enjoy 0% corporate tax and residents pay low income tax. Offshore businesses need not submit financial reports, and information regarding company shareholders and directors is not accessible to the public.
Thank you for filling out the form.
One of our representatives will contact you shortly.
For further information please contact us: