The French Republic is a member and founder state of the European Union. It is located in Western Europe, where it limits, to the south, with the Mediterranean Sea, Monaco and Italy, to the southwest with Spain, Andorra and the Cantabrian Sea, to the west with the Atlantic Ocean, to the north with the English Channel, the North Sea and Belgium, and to the east with Luxembourg, Germany and Switzerland. Its overseas territories include the Corsica island in the Mediterranean, several archipelagos in the Atlantic, Indian and Pacific oceans and several territories of the Caribbean.
France encompasses medieval cities, alpine villages and Mediterranean beaches. Inhabited by 67 million people. Paris, its capital, is famed for its fashion houses, classical art museums including the Louvre and monuments like the Eiffel Tower. Its official language is French and its legal tender currency is the Euro (EUR).
France is the second largest exporter of food products in the world, behind the United States, mainly cereals, sugar (from its overseas territories), wine, dairy products, fruit and vegetables, animals and meat products. Regarding the industrial sector, France has a high reputation in automotive, railway material, luxury, fashion, food industries, energy sector technology and aircraft and spacecraft. Other strong sectors include telecommunications and chip card production. The tertiary sector is the largest (75% of GDP), mainly comprised of commerce, banking, insurance services (4th largest worldwide) and tourism. France is and has been traditionally the most visited country worldwide.
Flag Theory is a strategic internationalization process, which consists in planting fags in strategic locations. Each flag represents a specific element of your personal finances and business, designed to impact and increase your freedom, privacy, and wealth. Below, you will find investment opportunities and banking options, why and how to set up a company and do business in France, and how to get residency and eventually citizenship in the French Republic.