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Vancouver is consistently listed as one of the world’s most liveable cities by the Economist Economic Intelligent Unit.
Vancouver was ranked best among major cities for its low cost corporate services in KPMG’s 2014 Competitive Alternatives Report on Tax.
Vancouver is a key hub for the movement of people, goods and financial services between the Asia Pacific and the Americas.
Companies in BC that conduct qualified international business activities can enjoy tax benefits that make BC one of the world’s most competitive locations.
Vancouver is rapidly climbing the ranks of the world’s financial centres – from 33rd on the Global Financial Centre Index in 2008 to 14th in 2014.
AdvantageBC International Business Centre · Vancouver (formerly the International Financial Centre British Columbia (IFC BC)) is a non-profit society with a mandate to promote international business in British Columbia.
Your business could be eligible for a refund of up to 100% of BC taxes paid on qualifying international business activities through the British Columbia International Business Activity (IBA) Program.
Vancouver is rapidly climbing the ranks of the world’s financial centres – from 33rd on the Global Financial Centre Index in 2008 to the 14th most important financial centre in the world in 2014.
With investment into our ports, airports, rail and road systems, Vancouver is state-of-the-art in the movement of goods through North America – one of the province’s key competitive advantages.
British Columbia’s location on the west coast of North America and Pacific Standard Time (PST) zone advantage makes it possible to do business with Asia, Europe, and North America in the same business day.
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