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>Working Abroad as Expats

> Singapore now more expensive than Hong Kong: According to human resource firm ECA International, it said the Singapore dollar, which has surged by more than 10 percent against the US Dollar, pushed the city-state to third place above Hong … Continue reading

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>10 most expensive world cities for expats

>The 10 most expensive world cities for expats. Rankings (out of 214) 2011      2010              City                     Country 1              1                  Luanda                Angola 2              2                  Tokyo                  Japan 3              3                  N’Djamena           Chad 4              4                  Moscow               Russia 5              5                  Geneva                Switzerland 6              6                  Osaka                  Japan 7              8                  Zurich                   Switzerland 8             11                 Singapore             Singapore 9              8                  Hong … Continue reading

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>What is your expat experience?

>The HSBC Expat experience report 2009 shows results of a recent survey taken by expats.Read more at this link:http://www.offshore.hsbc.com/1/2/international/expat/expat-survey/results-2009You can also find an expat economic report and offshore offspring report at the same site.Are you thinking of becoming an expat?Are … Continue reading

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>HSBC Bank International Expat Explorer Survey 2009

>Great Expat Survey taken from the Forum for Expatriate Management-Totally Expat website  Commissioned by HSBC Bank International, Expat Explorer is the largest ever global survey of expats. Now in its second year, the survey has questioned more than 3,100 expats … Continue reading

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