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30th June 2012

The Australian government has relaxed the criteria for its skilled migration system to make it easier for professionals to enter the country. It comes after politicians conceded that exponential growth of the country's economy cannot continue unless the problem of labour shortage is addressed. read more ...

30th June 2012

A multinational insurance company has launched a new health passport for its expat customers, allowing them to access their medical records in a foreign country. Professionals moving overseas who are Aviva customers will be reassured to know that should they fall ill or need urgent medical read more ...

30th June 2012

The UK government is to launch a project to "connect" schools all around the world to boost skills and knowledge sharing in a global context. Andrew Mitchell, international development secretary, revealed that the three-year Connecting Classrooms programme is being funded by the government and the read more ...

30th June 2012

China is looking to make significant reforms to its currency as it indicates a shift towards a less constrained Yuan, which will interest British expats moving to China. The government revealed that it is embarking on an experiment to test the viability of this move in Shenzhen, which is apt given read more ...

28th June 2012

The general opinion amongst most about the outcome of Sotheby’s Contemporary Art auction was that it was a reliable and respectable evening. While that is brilliant news for contemporary art – the strong sales of certain works suggesting that investors and collectors are all attuned to the critical read more ...

28th June 2012

The founding partner of R&N Property Investments has stated that the cost of living and financial considerations are two of the chief challenges that people face when they are moving overseas to begin a new life. Naftali Feig, who specialises in project management, accounting, strategy, read more ...

28th June 2012

The most powerful bloc of emerging economies, known collectively as Brics, is experiencing what has been described as the biggest currency deprecation since 1998. For the past 15 years, Brazil, Russia, India and China – and South Africa in recent times – have experienced exponential economic growth read more ...

28th June 2012

With much of the world relieved at the outcome of the Greek elections, which have resulted in Antonis Samaras of the New Democracy party being sworn in as prime minister of the country, optimism is returning to businesses looking to send employees to the nation. Les Calvert, director at Property- read more ...

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