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30th May 2012

Bulgaria remains a great place for expats to set up a new life, with Brits able to get excellent value for money, according to thebulgarianpropertyfinder.co.uk. Paul Watchorn, director of the specialist company that helps people settle in the east Balkan state, noted that although his British read more ...

29th May 2012

There's a great line in William Shakespeare's Henry V that has become popular courtesy of a Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks TV miniseries: "From this day to the ending of the world, we in it shall be remembered, we band of brothers." It's a powerful passage of writing that goes some way to capturing read more ...

29th May 2012

Property prices in France are set to "level off" this year, according to Cognac Property Services. Graham Downie, founder of the independent property search and buying consultancy, explained that in comparison to other European nations, France has a "less volatile market". As such, with the read more ...

29th May 2012

Germany is continuing to set the standard in terms of economic vigour, buoyed by a very healthy labour market. In spite of the ongoing economic uncertainty in the eurozone, the country continues to show positive signs of healthy growth. So organised is the country's finances, that it is envisaged read more ...

29th May 2012

New Zealand's government is looking to lead the way with avant-garde politics relating to smoking, announcing that it is to increase the tax on tobacco by a mammoth 40 per cent over the next four years. This means that the price for an average 20 pack of cigarettes will cost 20 New Zealand dollars read more ...

28th May 2012

A painting by the 20th century Cuban artist Wilfredo Lam has sold for $4.56 million (approximately £2.9 million) at Sotheby's' record-breaking Latin American art sale in New York. The sale of Lam's Idolo (Oya/Diviniti de l'Air et de la mort), which was created in 1944, stole the sunshine from the read more ...

28th May 2012

Saudi Arabia is to begin licensing expat labour companies next month, in what is seen as a decisive move to transform its existing foreign worker licensing laws. According to Mufarrej Al-Haqbani, Saudi Arabia's deputy labour minister, the change towards licensing – away from the established read more ...

25th May 2012

Now that the dust has settled on the latest Hong Kong International Art Fair (Art HK), with cleaners sweeping away the detritus of busy buyers, wandering artists and gregarious media folk, deals signed, paintings sold, and art logistics worked out, the conversation naturally shifts from read more ...

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