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Description of Vanuatu
The combination of French and English influences in Vanuatu is such that you’d be forgiven for thinking you’d landed at a Canadian airport. Of course, this is all clarified the moment you lay eyes on the extraordinary tropical beauty of the nation, which has become a firm favourite among international property investors. The tourism industry in Vanuatu is unsurprisingly solid – short-term holiday lets, therefore, are big business. Longer term, it’s perfectly possible to bring home rental yields of close to 10 per cent for beach properties, while a 12.5 per cent rental income tax and low buying costs all sweeten the deal. On a slightly negative note, no land in Vanuatu is bought or sold but can instead be leased for no more than 50 years – restrictions on foreign buyers can be stifling.

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Key Facts:

Currency: VUV
Time Zone: VUT (Vanuatu Time) (UTC+11)
DialCode: +678
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Capital: Port Vila
Population: 243,304
GDP: $743 million

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