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Asian, European Cities Dominate Top Of Annual Expat Cost Of Living Survey

Asian, European Cities Dominate Top Of Annual Expat Cost Of Living Survey

By Hans Esser, for Expatbriefing.com - 22 June, 2017

African, Asian, and European cities are the most expensive locations for expats working abroad, according to Mercer's annual Cost of Living Survey, released on June 21, 2017.
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Tags: expatriates | Chad | Kyrgyzstan | Uruguay | employees | Angola | Singapore | Brazil | Hong Kong | Tunisia | United States | Argentina | Macedonia | Seychelles | services | Expats | Europe | Other | Africa | South America

 

Brazil Tasks Google To Speed Up Nation's Internet

Brazil Tasks Google To Speed Up Nation's Internet

By Dex Tennyson, for ExpatBriefing.com - 20 October, 2014

Brazil is to work with Google to improve the quality of the Internet available in the Latin American nation, with plans for a new underwater fiber-optic cable linking the country to the USA.
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Tags: internet | Brazil | Expats | Lifestyle | Lifestyle

 

London Living Costs Now Highest Globally, Says Report

London Living Costs Now Highest Globally, Says Report

By Fiona Moore, for ExpatBriefing.com - 25 September, 2014

A new study from Savills, an international real estate agency, says that London is now the most expensive city to to rent living and working space, displacing Hong Kong from last year's top spot.
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Tags: India | employees | United Kingdom | Brazil | France | Hong Kong | United States | Japan | Expats | Investment | Property Investment | Working Abroad | Work | Invest | Working Abroad | Investment | Working Abroad

 

Bank Of China Expands In Brazil With Rio Branch

Bank Of China Expands In Brazil With Rio Branch

By Haruna Kobayashi, for ExpatBriefing.com - 19 September, 2014

Bank of China has confirmed the launch of a branch in Brazil's second largest city, Rio de Janeiro, which will target Chinese enterprises conducting business in or with Brazil and local and overseas Chinese expats in Rio.
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Tags: investment | business | accounting | banking | China | Brazil | currency | trade | services | Expats | South America

 

Report Tracks Availability Of Banking Services Worldwide

Report Tracks Availability Of Banking Services Worldwide

By Fiona Moore, for ExpatBriefing.com - 18 September, 2014

Standard Chartered, a bank, has released a new report that looks at 30 countries' efforts to improve residents' access to banking services. The report presents a heatmap of how the countries fare based on 12 indicators of inclusion, including access to ATM machines, payments made by credit or debit card, savings, and the uptake of loans.
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Tags: Pakistan | Niger | Nigeria | banking | financial services | Singapore | Thailand | Bangladesh | Brazil | Canada | Egypt | Germany | Hong Kong | Indonesia | Kenya | Malaysia | Uganda | regulation | retail | Ghana | Vietnam | services | Expats | Africa | Middle East | Lifestyle | Lifestyle

 

Cost Of Living In Australia Falling On Weak Dollar

Cost Of Living In Australia Falling On Weak Dollar

By ExpatBriefing.com Editorial - 11 July, 2014

A company that specializes in expatriate compensation management for businesses says that currency fluctuations and inflation mean that cities in Africa, Asia, and Europe are now the most expensive locations for expatriates, while Australian cities have experienced a "dramatic fall" in cost due to a weak Australian dollar.
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Tags: expatriates | Chad | Finance | Angola | Australia | Singapore | Brazil | Canada | Hong Kong | Switzerland | Japan | Expats | Personal Finance | Working Abroad | Europe | Work | Working Abroad | South America | Working Abroad

 

Fans Warned On World Cup Ticket Theft

Fans Warned On World Cup Ticket Theft

By ExpatBriefing.com Editorial - 10 July, 2014

Football fans attending World Cup matches in Brazil are being urged to be on guard for ticket thefts after a number of incidents were reported outside stadiums.
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Tags: Brazil | Expats | Welfare | FIFA World Cup

 

FIFA Challenging Illegal World Cup Ticket Sales

FIFA Challenging Illegal World Cup Ticket Sales

By ExpatBriefing.com Editorial - 24 June, 2014

The International Federation of Association Football, known as FIFA, has vowed to pursue persons who have sold or are selling World Cup tickets that were intended for football associations and commercial affiliates to ticket touts.
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Tags: Brazil | Expats | Welfare | FIFA World Cup

 

World Cup Worries Unfounded, Say Brazil Officials

World Cup Worries Unfounded, Say Brazil Officials

By ExpatBriefing.com Editorial - 19 June, 2014

Brazilian officials responsible for managing the influx of visitors to the country for the World Cup say that everything is going well. Large numbers of volunteers are providing tourists with information, and the military police are dealing with the crowds in a "very orderly and polite way," they said.
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Tags: Brazil | Expats | Travel | Welfare | FIFA World Cup

 

Brazil Safe For Foreigners, Minister Says

Brazil Safe For Foreigners, Minister Says

By ExpatBriefing.com Editorial - 03 June, 2014

Brazil's Justice Minister, Jose Eduardo Cardozo, has insisted that the country is safe for foreigners. His comments follow clashes between indigenous Indians and police near Brasilia's new Mané Garrincha football stadium – a venue for the forthcoming World Cup.
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Tags: Brazil | Expats | Travel | Welfare | Sports

 

 

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