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13th July 2012

The eurozone malaise, which shows signs of improvement following the recent high-profile meeting of European leaders, has had an interesting impact on commercial property markets across the continent, an expert has claimed. Jonathan Hull, managing director of EMEA at CB Richard Ellis, a real estate read more ...

13th July 2012

Although healthcare costs paid out by employers around the world are continuing to increase, there are signs that prices are beginning to stabilise, according to new research. The 2012 Towers Watson Global Medical Trends Survey found that this year alone, employee medical benefits are forecast to read more ...

12th July 2012

British expats might be enjoying life working and living in a foreign country but come the London 2012 Olympic Games, a sizeable number of them will be returning home, albeit temporarily. According to new research from Lloyds TSB International, around 385,000 British professionals who made a huge read more ...

12th July 2012

British expats have been told that one of the hardest things about moving overseas is getting used to a new culture. Lindsay de Feliz, marketing manager at Expat Focus, explained that expats not only leave behind family members and friends, but a whole way of living that they have become very read more ...

11th July 2012

Nearly ten years in the making, three of New York's museums have delivered a remarkable, unprecedented and groundbreaking exhibition, which is taking place simultaneously across each of the respective establishments. Organised by El Museo del Barrio in association with the Queens Museum of Modern read more ...

10th July 2012

Damien Hirst. Burger King. Do the two sit easy with one another, comfortably, naturally, unforced? Certainly not the argument might go; it appears nonsensical to suggest otherwise that the random marriage of these words is rational. Thus it provokes ridicule and scepticism, disbelief even. You're read more ...

10th July 2012

It will take British expats some time to get used to driving in Qatar, a journalist has claimed. Victoria Scott, a freelance writer who lives and works in Doha, wrote in a special guest blog for the Telegraph that because the Arab state is made up of people from all over the world, it can be read more ...

10th July 2012

The trend in moving to Hong Kong for British professionals shows no signs of slowing down, with the number of people applying to work in the city-state continuing to rise across the globe. Work visas issued to British expats saw a 45 per cent jump last year, while US visas have gone up by an read more ...

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