Articles And Special Features Tagged 'Kuwait'

Is The Middle East Turning Its Back On Expats?

Is The Middle East Turning Its Back On Expats?

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 17 March, 2014

In recent decades, countries in the Middle East and the Gulf have tended to welcome foreign workers with open arms, and the millions of expats who have worked and lived there have contributed substantially to economic growth in... Read Full Article »

Tags: accounting | business | Tax | Europe | North America | Middle East | budget | unemployment | Expats | expatriates | professionals | employees | Dubai | Oman | India | Kuwait | Saudi Arabia | Bahrain | Qatar | fees | tax |

 

Looking Back At 2013

Looking Back At 2013

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 30 December, 2013

In this week’s briefing, we take a look back at some of the most interesting news stories affecting expats in 2013. Read Full Article »

Tags: compliance | interest | Tax | Europe | Expats | FATCA | Compliance | Insurance | Construction | pensions | Oman | France | Spain | United States | Kuwait | Malta | Australia | Bahrain | services | fees | tax |

 

What's Best for the Kids?

What's Best for the Kids?

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 04 September, 2013

For parents relocating abroad for extended periods, as part of their employment perhaps, or planning to make a move abroad permanently, the wellbeing of their children is probably going to be their primary anxiety. In this briefing, we look at some of the more suitable locations for expat families (as well as those not particularly suited to expats with children) and summarise some of the schooling options open to expat parents. Read Full Article »

Tags: business | Education | Middle East | inflation | Education | investment | Japan | Canada | Hong Kong | United States | Kuwait | Netherlands | Saudi Arabia | United Arab Emirates | Australia | United Kingdom | offshore | environment | education | fees | tax |

 

Jurisdiction Special Focus: Dubai

Jurisdiction Special Focus: Dubai

by Investors Offshore editorial staff, February 2013, 01 February, 2013

For decades to come, people will point to Dubai's 200-storey, 828-metre Burj Khalifa tower, the tallest in the world, as representing both the peak and the nadir of the city-state's adventurous grasp for regional leadership in a startling range of sectors: real estate, shipping, commodities trading, equities, Islamic finance, e-commerce, air transport and banking. Read Full Article »

Tags: business | interest | individuals | professionals | investment | Dubai | Oman | New Zealand | India | Kuwait | Saudi Arabia | United Arab Emirates | Australia | Bahrain | Qatar | Singapore | law | construction | insurance | manufacturing | tax |

 

 




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