Forgotten Countries, The New Target of Avid Investors

Forgotten countries

While some countries are so popular, you would be an alien not to know them, some are so not known among the inhabitant of earth that had earned them the title of the most forgotten countries of the world.

Although these forgotten countries are so unpopular, investors are moving in there as the business environment there seem to be one with great potential.

Most business leaders believe that the very much known countries like the USA, Japan, Germany, France, China etc. are already saturated now they are moving to countries you may likely had never heard about.

These countries may be forgotten by the rest of the world but investors seem to be moving towards them.

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investors are moving into these countries

1. Timor-Leste
Timor-Leste is a country in southeast Asia that has land across several islands. It is closely intermingled with Indonesia. It was colonized by Portugal up until 1975.

2. Antigua and Barbuda
The country of Antigua and Barbuda is made up of several islands in the West Indies, between the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean

3. Burkina Faso
Burkina Faso is a landlocked country in West Africa. (It’s the only non-island/non-archipelago nation that makes the bottom 10.) The country was called the Republic of Upper Volta from 1958 to 1984. The name was changed after the country declared independence from the French to Burkina Faso, which literally translates to “land of the upright men”.

4. São Tomé and Príncipe
São Tomé and Príncipe Fancy a slice of the Caribbean just off the African coast? The two sleepy islands that make up Africa’s smallest nation are the antithesis of all things African. Few people have heard of them, and even fewer visit, though news of their charm is leaking out. There are miles of deserted beaches, crystal-blue waters with excellent and uncharted diving, jagged rock formations and lush rainforests. There is also a laid-back cafe lifestyle with excellent coffee, delicious fresh fruit and seafood.

5. Togo
Togo bounces off the tongue and into the hearts of those who make the journey to the West African nation. The capital, Lomé, fronts the Atlantic Ocean with a line of beaches and palm trees, but the rest of the country heads inland through deep valleys and tall mountains that peter out into flat savannah. Togo can be all things to all people – you can be windsurfing on Lake Togo one hour and sifting through voodoo medicines like monkey testicles and animal skulls at Lomé’s fetish markets the next.

6. Belarus
As other former Soviet states fill with visitors, Belarus only looks on, despite being the straightest line between Moscow and the rest of Europe. For natural grandeur, there is the Belavezhskaja National Park, straddling the Polish border. This is Europe’s largest primeval forest, a Unesco World Heritage site and home to European bison, the continent’s largest mammal.

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