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'Massive uncertainty': Canadian expats react to Brexit vote
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Brexit vote causing Europe to hedge economic bets

BERLIN | Days before Britain's referendum on staying in the European Union, those on continental Europe — especially expat Brits — are pleading with U.K. voters to stay and reassessing their life plans and opportunities if the vote goes the ... Washington Times, 1 month ago
Britain 'may never' trigger European Union divorce: diplomats Equilibrio Informativo, 3 weeks ago
Europe takes stock over historic Brexit vote Portugal Resident, 3 weeks ago
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Club of Mozambique

Dublin is the world's 47th most expensive city for expats to live and work in

One of the risks facing Dublin's booming tech economy is the spiraling rent crisis which is making the city very expensive for expats who choose to join multinationals and start-ups in the city Driven by the booming tech scene and a spiralling ...
 Silicon Republic1 month ago The most expensive and cheapest cities for expatriates to live  Consultancy.uk2 weeks ago Hong Kong is world's most expensive city for expats, dethroning Luanda  Club of Mozambique2 weeks ago Macau may not be far behind | Hong Kong becomes the world's costliest city for expats  Macau Daily Times1 month ago
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Expatriates in Oman abandon pets as economic slump bites

Muscat: Expats leaving Oman for good are dumping their pets rather than pay to take them home with them. One dog was left to die on the balcony of an empty apartment, while others were found wandering the streets or tied up in the yards of local ...
 Times of Oman3 weeks ago

3 million expats contribute to China's economic and social development

Premier Li Keqiang greets foreign experts during the 2014 Friendship Award ceremony at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing. The awards are top honors for overseas professionals who have contributed to China's social and economic development.
 China Government3 weeks ago Old friends and new challenges  CHINAdaily USA3 weeks ago

Oman and GCC must encourage labour mobility

Oman and its five economic partners in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) must remove obstacles for expatriate workers and allow them to move freely to transfer their skills and boost business growth. At the moment, expat workers face problems ...
 Times of Oman4 weeks ago
Premier.org.uk

Brexit has Nam expats worried

Britain's decision to leave the European Union (EU) has many political and economic effects as uncertainty surrounding last week's vote continues. There is still so much speculation across the world as to what the irreversible and long-term ...
 Namibian Sun3 weeks ago What Brexit Means for Ecommerce  Business 2 Community3 weeks ago UK central bank sees economic risks crystalizing  Equilibrio Informativo2 weeks ago Many expat Brits worried by Brexit, Bishop of Europe warns More  Premier.org.uk3 weeks ago
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Global workers Total Group's expatriate management

Effective expatriate management is a cornerstone of the globalised economy, with international businesses operating all over the world. This is particularly so for upstream oil and gas operators that search for new hydrocarbon reserves in ...
 Finance Director Europe2 weeks ago

The Gulf States expat dividend

This unique feature of GCC labor markets enhances the region's ability to adapt and adjust to fluctuating economic cycles. By Sami Mahroum How should policymakers in the Middle East's Gulf States manage their countries large expatriate ...
 New Vision1 month ago

Expat remittances from Qatar surged to $10.4bn in 2015

Qatar accounted for more than $10.4bn in remittances to countries across the globe in 2015, with South Asian countries receiving 70% of remittances from the country, Xpress Money said citing data from the latest "World Bank Bilateral Remittances ...
 Gulf Times3 hours ago
Bloomberg

How The Oil Crisis Hitting Others Risks Taking Gloss Off Dubai

Job cuts and slowdown in economy take toll on foreign workers — Brexit is also expected to hit the Gulf city's tourism sector. Kier Riemersma and his wife sat down a few months ago to make a difficult decision. The American couple, who lived in ...
 Bloomberg7 hours ago
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