Expat News Tagged 'food'

Czech Republic, Germany Bottom Of  'Nanny State' Index

Czech Republic, Germany Bottom Of 'Nanny State' Index

By Hans Esser, for Expatbriefing.com, 23 May, 2017

For those who smoke and drink alcohol, Germany and the Czech Republic are the EU states that offer the lightest regulations and taxes, while Finland, the UK, and Ireland charge the most prohibitive taxes, says a new report. Read full story »

Tags: expatriates | tax | Ireland | food | Czech Republic | Finland | Germany | regulation | Expats | Healthcare | Working Abroad | Europe | Work | Working Abroad | Lifestyle | Healthcare | Lifestyle | Working Abroad

 

Hong Kong Is Most Expensive For Expats

Hong Kong Is Most Expensive For Expats

By Fiona Moore, for ExpatBriefing.com, 02 August, 2016

Hong Kong tops the list of most expensive cities for expatriates according to global consulting firm Mercer's 22nd annual Cost of Living Survey. Read full story »

Tags: expatriates | Chad | Angola | China | Singapore | food | Hong Kong | Switzerland | United States | currency | Japan | Expats

 

Australia Updates List Of Sought-After Professions

Australia Updates List Of Sought-After Professions

By ExpatBriefing.com Editorial, 11 June, 2014

Australia is to make it easier for chefs, bricklayers, and floor and wall tilers to obtain a work visa, by removing the need for an employer's sponsorship. Read full story »

Tags: employees | Australia | food | construction | Expats | Immigration | Visas and Passports | Working Abroad | Work | Working Abroad | Immigration | Working Abroad

 

Japanese Investor Sentiment Up Slightly In April

Japanese Investor Sentiment Up Slightly In April

By ExpatBriefing.com Editorial, 25 April, 2014

An index measuring the investment sentiment of individuals in Japan remained low in April, having increased slightly from March, according to Japanese financial holdings company Nomura Holdings, the publisher of the index. Read full story »

Tags: individuals | environment | investment | marine | equity investment | Australia | food | manufacturing | Brazil | construction | currency | retail | Japan | Ukraine | services | Expats | Invest

 

ANZ Granted Market Maker Status For Renminbi Forex

ANZ Granted Market Maker Status For Renminbi Forex

By ExpatBriefing.com Editorial, 28 March, 2014

The Australia and New Zealand Banking Group announced on March 19, 2014, that the People's Bank of China has approved its license to act as a market maker for direct trading between New Zealand dollars and Chinese renminbi on the China Foreign Exchange Trading System. The approval follows an agreement between the New Zealand and Chinese Governments to allow banks to directly trade the two currencies. Read full story »

Tags: Asia Pacific | investment | business | banking | forex | Australia | China | food | education | New Zealand | trade | Expats | Banking

 

Expat Business Ventures In Spain Focus Of UK TV Show

Expat Business Ventures In Spain Focus Of UK TV Show

By ExpatBriefing.com Editorial, 14 March, 2014

A British television show production company is looking for struggling expat hospitality business owners living in Spain's Costa del Sol to feature in a television series with celebrity chef Gordon Ramsey. Read full story »

Tags: business | entrepreneurs | food | unemployment | Spain | regulation | Expats

 

Japan Top Source Of Hong Kong's Foreign Companies

Japan Top Source Of Hong Kong's Foreign Companies

By ExpatBriefing.com Editorial, 28 October, 2013

The number of business operations in Hong Kong with parent companies overseas and in Mainland China has grown by an annual 2.7 percent to 7,449, with firms with Japanese parent companies leading the way. Read full story »

Tags: investment | business | foreign direct investment (FDI) | food | corporate headquarters | Hong Kong | Japan | Expats

 

UK Confirms No New Seasonal Workers Scheme

UK Confirms No New Seasonal Workers Scheme

By ExpatBriefing.com Editorial, 17 September, 2013

UK Immigration Minister Mark Harper has confirmed that the Government does not intend to open any new schemes to allow nationals from outside the European Economic Area to be employed in Britain as seasonal agricultural workers. Read full story »

Tags: Bulgaria | Romania | United Kingdom | food | European Union (EU) | Employment | Expats | Working Abroad | Europe | Work | Working Abroad | Working Abroad

 

Survey Highlights Financial Woes For UK Expats In Europe

Survey Highlights Financial Woes For UK Expats In Europe

By ExpatBriefing.com Editorial, 16 September, 2013

Research by the UK Post Office paints a gloomy picture for British expats in Europe, with increasing living expenses and falling property prices, and large amounts of money wasted in avoidable bank transfer fees. Read full story »

Tags: Portugal | fees | food | France | Greece | Spain | Expats | Investment | Property Investment | Welfare | Europe | Invest | Lifestyle | Investment | Lifestyle

 

Hong Kong Promotes Itself As Asia's Wine Trading Hub

Hong Kong Promotes Itself As Asia's Wine Trading Hub

By ExpatBriefing.com Editorial, 16 September, 2013

During her recent remarks to the Hong Kong-Canada Business Association, Gloria Lo, Director of the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in Toronto, highlighted the benefits offered by Hong Kong to Canadian wine exporters from its position as the wine trading and distribution hub for Asia. Read full story »

Tags: tax | tariffs | China | food | tax rates | Hong Kong | import duty | trade | Expats

 

 




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