Archive | July, 2005

Intellectual property

Another website I manage is called www.intellectualsecurity.com , here is a recent article… Intellectual property From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia – In law, particularly in common law jurisdictions, intellectual property or IP refers to a legal entitlement which sometimes attaches to the expressed form of an idea, or to some other intangible subject matter. In […]

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Offshore gambling betting on the U.S. market

There’s no stopping it, everyday online gambling gets closer and closer to becoming regulated in the United States. International Game Technology (IGT) spent $90 million Wednesday to buy a privately owned Internet gaming provider, presenting the Reno-based slot machine manufacturer its first access to the expanding online gambling market. Steve Kane’s Waltham start-up, GameLogic, was […]

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Expatriate Workers and Us!

By Dr. Khaled Batarfi – “You don’t know how it feels to be a foreigner in this country, unless you live like one. It is unbearable!” said my Arab scuba diving trainer. I was shocked and since then, I have become more sensitive and observant. Sad to say, he was right. I tell you why. […]

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Shelter Offshore

Recently I came across an interesting website with great articles for Offshore Investment & Investment Property Abroad, it’s called “Shelter Offshore”, the proprietors are from Nicosia Cyprus and here is how they describe themselves; Shelter Offshore offer you an independent insight into the finest offshore investment products available. We also offer you a unique way […]

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Offshoretrust · International Asset Protection

Get up to the minute news that directly affects you and your international assets. Gain access to the regulations and laws that govern many of the worlds top offshore financial centers. Make use of our comprehensive links section. Talk with some of the international asset protection industries top minds. All of this by simply becoming […]

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Offshore : The Dark Side of the Global Economy

by William Brittain-Catlin Book review by Michael O’Donnell Corporate cash and global greed frolic on sands of the Caymans The sunny Cayman Islands, by the numbers, are quite a place. The Caymans (population 44,270) are the fifth-largest banking center in the world. More than 65,000 companies are registered there. Some 600 of these are banks […]

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Bermuda Triangle Basics

By Lisa Shea – Many cruises take a path through the infamous Bermuda Triangle, which spans the ocean between Bermuda, Miami, and Puerto Rico. This area is also known as the Devil’s Triangle. The Bermuda Triangle has many natural hazards. First, it’s a large stretch of ocean – someone sailing within it that could not […]

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Offshore Business Magazine

The July issue of “Offshore Business Magazine” is full of great articles about Offshore Banking, Offshore Insurance, Offshore Investing, and this issue contains a useful guide to Offshore Gambling Licenses. You can access, and read, the electronic version of “Offshore Business Magazine”, free by clicking here.

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Back in Brasil

Arrived home in Brasil to catch the breaking scandal… Will Lula be undone by aides’ cash-filled drawers? RIO DE JANEIRO — Taking office with such high hopes just over two years ago, the Brazilian government of President Luiz Inacio (Lula) da Silva has been rocked by a corruption scandal that includes tales of political aides […]

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The United States of Venezuela?

By Jonathan Hoenig – AS WE’VE WRITTEN a few times over the years, at the heart of America’s high quality of life is our system of government, a constitutional republic built on a foundation of individual rights, namely property rights. Many in this country have come to take property rights for granted. But property rights […]

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