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When we asked people why foreigners move to Bahrain, they responded...

"Bahrain is an attractive destination for expats looking for the perfect balance of a cosmopolitan lifestyle, combined with Arabic culture and traditions. The government offers attractive fiscal incentives to foreign investors and businesses, combined with a fast and simple business start-up process. With its close proximity to the lucrative markets of the Persian Gulf, Bahrain provides an accessible regional hub for business and tourism. In addition, its subtropical climate and beautiful beaches make Bahrain an optimal location for those seeking a relaxing and comfortable lifestyle. Furthermore, Bahrain’s progressive education system provides excellent opportunities for expats to pursue higher education if desired. With its favorable taxation system, which includes no personal income tax and no tax on dividends, Bahrain is a very attractive destination for anyone looking to relocate," explained one expat living in Bahrain.

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