International Business Corporation

International Business Corporation is a company formed under the jurisdictions as untaxed company which is not to engage in business within the area.

International Business Company or International Business Corporation (IBC) Defined: as an offshore company formed under the laws of some jurisdictions as untaxed company which is not permitted to engage in business within the jurisdiction in which it is incorporated. Offshore financial centres that have allowed the formation of IBCs include Antigua, Anguilla, the British Virgin Islands, the Bahamas, Belize, Gibraltar, Nevis and Seychelles.

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