Travel & Tourism Investments In Gambia
Renowned as the ‘Smiling Coast of Africa’ and the Gateway to West Africa, The Gambia remains an attractive tourism destination given our unique geographical position and strategic location combined with our proximity to Europe and English as our official language.
The country is endowed with numerous investment opportunities in the tourism value chain. With the unprecedented increase in tourism arrival numbers over the years coupled with the robust government strategy to boost tourism and increase arrivals to half a million by the year 2020.
This aspiration provides investment opportunities for further enhancement of the tourism product suite along with new investment opportunities in:
- maritime infrastructure – notably marinas
- development of new 4 star and 5 star hotels
- upgrading of budget hotels to 3 star and 4 star hotels
- recreational parks
- integrated resorts
- community, culture and heritage tourism
- river cruise excursions
- eco-village and community based tourism
- bike trails
- bird watching and recreational fishing
With the untapped potential in the tourism industry, there is urgent need for further strengthening of the industry with investments in the value chain. The Government of the Gambia, through the Gambia Investment & Export Promotion Agency, has a number of incentives to encourage and facilitate investments in the tourism industry, including tax breaks and allocation of land for investment under a lease scheme.
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Business Lawyers & Attorneys In West Africa
Our team of business lawyers advise small to medium sized companies, international organisations and corporations on the legal procedures and processes for the profitable export, import, sales and distribution of products and goods in West African countries such as Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Equatorial Guinea, Gambia, Ghana, Gabon, Guinea Bissau, Guinea Conakry, Ivory Coast, Liberia, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone and Togo.
ECOWAS Investment Opportunities in West Africa
Solie Law Chambers wish to contact manufacturers, importers, exporters, trade buyers, import export companies, overseas distributors, sales agents, suppliers and wholesalers in West Africa. Our customers are our top priority and we are available 24/7 to answer your questions and solve problems before they cause delays.
We aim to streamline your supply chain giving your company the edge you need to compete throughout the West African ECOWAS sub region. As experienced West African business lawyers, Solie Law Chambers can help you set up your West African investment business properly from the start and we can help you avoid delays.
Property Investment Lawyers in The Gambia
Unusually for a law firm, we have for many years been giving advice to clients about which areas, places and types of property might best suit their personal investment requirements.
There is no ‘one size fits all’ when it comes to making this choice.
What is right for you will depend upon your age, financial situation, timescale, personal preferences, attitude to risk, etc.
There is now a huge range of property in The Gambia available to investors in the UK and we can apply our unrivalled experience of international property to help you pick your best options.
This service is greatly appreciated by our clients. Follow the link for more on Property Investment Advice in The Gambia
Solie Law Chambers in Banjul, The Gambia, West Africa announce the launch of their Twitter and Facebook Profile
Gambian Law Firm, Solie Law has added Solie Law Chambers on Twitter and Solie Law Gambia Facebook to its internet marketing facilities in order to enable international clients to keep up-to-date with things in The Gambia.
A Facebook presence and Twitter profile broadens the reach of any marketing campaign and will enable Solie Law’s internet partners and international clients to refer, recommend and chat to each other about legal and business issues and problems in Gambia and the rest of West Africa.
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West African Import Export Company
West Africa has a potential market of over 270 million consumers, and offers real business opportunities for manufacturing and exporting companies wishing to build a market share in the emerging markets of Africa.
Visit Africa Import Export for more information on importing, exporting and distributing within West Africa.
Disputes with Property Developers & Builders in The Gambia
Unfortunately not all Gambian property developers are honest and some honest developers get into difficulties which mean that the development cannot be completed.
This can leave people who have bought property in the developments (especially if they did not use an independent lawyer to protect their position) with losses of thousands of pounds.
We can help by trying to recover those losses, through the courts or in other ways.
We can do this for individuals or for whole groups of people who have been affected.
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Paying Taxes in Gambia – Gambia Tax Lawyers
If you live or work in another country or if you have holiday home in another country, you will need to understand the tax system in that country.
You will need to file tax returns and you will want to minimise your tax obligations both during your lifetime and on your death.
If you are an investor what matters is the amount you receive after tax and so you too will need good tax advice to limit your obligation to pay.
Giving that advice requires an understanding of the tax law in the country in question AND in your own country.
There is no point in saving tax in The Gambia only to find that the steps you have taken greatly increase your obligations in (say) the UK.
International tax advice is an integral part of many of the cases we deal with on a day to day basis.
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Advice to Action Groups & Committees in Gambia
Very often you can find yourself in a position where you have perfectly good legal rights but where the cost of protecting those rights is just too high for one person to pay.
In these cases we can sometimes set up or act for a group of people who have all been affected by the same problem.
For example, a group of people who have bought property in the same development and where the developer has failed to deliver the properties or honour his contract.
Or for a group of people who are in dispute with an unscrupulous timeshare operator.
This can reduce the cost per person from thousands of pounds to a few hundred and make taking action economically viable.
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