vik_c - 4:32 pm on Aug 25, 2010 (gmt 0)
If you are really serious about it, you could also look at Chile..They seem to be really aggressively attracting entrepreneurs
Read [corfo.cl ] [.pdf]
Their terms and conditions include the requirement to contract 20 or more employees in Chile at the end of 3 years. There is hardly any country on earth that would refuse you permanent residence if you agreed to create that many jobs. A grant of $40,000 is hardly anything. In India you get $2.5 million in subsidy if you set up a cold storage costing $5 million. NZ regularly gives between $1 mn and $2 mn grants to major Indian movie producers who shoot their movies there.