Marshall Islands is a big ocean nation. Its exclusive economic zone (EEZ) is nearly 800,000 square miles. Its economic future lies in the exploitation of its vast, rich and pristine lagoons and ocean.
Located in the region which has the largest tuna resource in the world, Marshall Islands presents diversified investment opportunities in fisheries.Its pristine lagoons encircled by remote atolls offer varied investment opportunities in tourism and marine aquaculture.
Rare metals like cobalt, titanium, nickel and platinum are present in Marshall Islands’ EEZ, presenting exciting investment possibilities in deep-sea mining.
Marshall Islands enjoys a special relationship with the US under a Compact of Free Association between them. The Compact offers the nation access to the US market, and federal assistance for investments and export development not available to many other nations.
Marshall Islands could very well be the best-undiscovered destination for investors.
The Report rates Marshall Islands highly on these topics:
OCI is working with government to improve ease of doing business in the country, a key condition for encouraging investments.