Strength of its pass­ports

As an en­tre­pre­neur or busi­nessper­son from the Mid­dle East, it’s likely that you have ex­pe­ri­enced the chal­lenges that come with con­duct­ing busi­ness in­ter­na­tion­ally.

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Run­ning a com­pany from your home coun­try leaves you con­tend­ing with mul­ti­ple time zones, vari­able ex­change rates, world­wide po­lit­i­cal and eco­nomic un­cer­tainty – but some­times these hur­dles can be less dif­fi­cult than tasks such as at­tend­ing meet­ings that have been ar­ranged at short no­tice, cap­i­tal­is­ing on speak­ing op­por­tu­ni­ties, or mak­ing the most of face-to-face meet­ings. This is par­tic­u­larly the case when your ci­ti­zen­ship does not af­ford you cer­tain free­doms – in­clud­ing travel ben­e­fits. In prac­tice, you could think of this as the strength of your pass­port: the doc­u­ment that con­firms your ci­ti­zen­ship and na­tion­al­ity.

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