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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 ...

25th May 2012

Millions of Brits living abroad have become "ambassadors" for the UK, new research has found. The latest NatWest International Personal Banking Quality of Life Index reported that the 4.6 million British expats living and working abroad help to reshape the areas they live in, exporting their own read more ...

24th May 2012

British professionals looking to move overseas have been advised to seriously consider how they go about choosing a new area to live in. Lindsay de Feliz, marketing manager at Expat Focus, which provides information for people living abroad, recommends that people shouldn't jump straight into a read more ...

24th May 2012

While professionals might have taken on the services of a moving and storage company to safely and securely move their furniture and valuable possessions abroad, there is always the matter of immediate items to consider. With that in mind, people who might be flying out over the weekend of the read more ...

24th May 2012

Thailand's economy has grown by an impressive 11 per cent in the first quarter of 2012, dumbfounding the international community. The massive growth is surprising given that last year the country experienced one of its worst floods in recent times, brought on by three months of heavy monsoon rain. read more ...

23rd May 2012

The American artist Doug Aitken will be there, making his mark on Liverpool's Albert Dock by installing a work of art at the popular attraction, which was once a busy port for all sorts of cargo. The celebrated Argentinean visionary Jorge Macchi will, to quote, "absurdly wedge an artwork" into the read more ...

23rd May 2012

One of Italy's leading universities has caused shockwaves with the announcement that it will begin teaching entirely in English by 2014. Politecnico di Milano, which is considered to be one of the top 50 preeminent academic institutions in the world, explained that the switch to English from read more ...

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