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14th May 2012

The US and Australia have been named as the two most desirable places to live and work in, by recruiting firm Hydrogen Group. Hydrogen's report Global Professionals on the Move 2012 claims that Australia in particular is a popular place to move to because of its lifestyle, standard of living and read more ...

14th May 2012

Those moving to China have been given a boost with the news that coffee giant Starbucks is planning to increase its investment in the Asian country. Starbucks is looking to take advantage of the country's increasing lust for the beverage by aiming to have 1,500 stores operational in China by 2015. read more ...

14th May 2012

International movers relocating to another country have been warned of another thing they need to bear in mind alongside the more obvious headaches. Andrew Wood, executive director of financial advisers PFS International, has suggested that increasingly expats are failing to keep enough money in read more ...

14th May 2012

A poll has suggested that more UK citizens are considering moving overseas because of tax, red tape and a lack of investment in the UK. It could spell good times ahead for international removals companies with the Lloyds TSB International Wealth poll suggesting wealthy people in the UK are read more ...

14th May 2012

Those moving to Canada could soon find that they aren't using traditional coins, with the country looking to implement the use of 'digitized coins' in future. The Royal Canadian Mint is looking to introduce the MintChip into the country as a digital way of replacing coins for smaller transactions read more ...

14th May 2012

Workers moving to the USA have been advised that the country's property market looks set to turn in the near future. Les Calvert, director at Property-Abroad.com, claims that the market will eventually begin to turn thanks to the peak of US foreclosures having already been seen. He added that it read more ...

14th May 2012

Many Johannesburg residents are rediscovering an often overlooked area of their city, one which those moving overseas may wish to check out. It is in fact the downtown Johannesburg city centre, which was once the headquarters of the Apartheid movement in the country but the region has been revamped read more ...

14th May 2012

A survey has revealed that the UAE is the most popular destination for those moving overseas to the Gulf. Carried out by recruitment firm Gulf Talent, the report found that in a survey of over 35,000 professionals in the region, the UAE has the highest expat retention rate. Around 81 per cent of read more ...

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