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Frasers Hospitality zooms ahead with Mercedes

Frasers Hospitality has raised the ante on designer living, with the launch of ‘Mercedes-Benz Living @ Fraser.’

ASAP Annual Convention: 20% discount for Relocate Global readers

Increased construction helps boost US GDP growth


Edinburgh best place to live in UK

Edinburgh is officially the best place to live in the UK, and Scottish regions make the biggest gain in rankings, according to the latest Quality of Life index.

CBI highlights education as key component of economic success

Disruptive business models: Driving change and innovation

Re:locate magazine Autumn 2015 highlights

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Re:locate Immigration Forum: UK Tier 2 changes
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Permits Foundation report shows resounding support for dependants’ right to work

A recent survey carried out by the Permits Foundation in response to the MAC Tier 2 review shows resounding support to retain the right to work for the dependants of highly qualified workers from outside the EU.
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Immigration: the great debate

Striking a balance between securing the talent the UK needs if it is to succeed in an increasingly global economy and responding to public concern over migration levels is proving a difficult task for the government.
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United Kingdom: Changes to points table for restricted TIER 2 CoS

In response to the continued oversubscription of restricted TIER 2 General Certificates of Sponsorship (CoS), the UK Visas & Immigration (UKVI) will implement changes to the points-based allocation system.
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Increased construction helps boost US GDP growth

The US economy bounced back in the third quarter to record a growth rate equivalent to 2.1 per cent a year, almost a third higher than previously estimated.
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Pfizer's Irish move prompts questions in Washington

American politicians from both sides of the political divide rounded on Tuesday on Pfizer's $155 billion takeover of Ireland's Allergan to create the world's largest drugs company.
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Does Mauricio Macri's victory herald a new era in Argentina?

Conservative Mauricio Macri's victory in Argentina's presidential elections offers the prospect of new opportunities for business investment in South America's second largest economy.
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ASAP 2015 Convention to address key issues for the serviced apartments industry

As Re:locate Global has previously reported, the serviced apartments sector is experiencing an phenomenal rate of growth, particularly in Europe as companies look to the continent as a gateway to new markets.
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Increased construction helps boost US GDP growth

The US economy bounced back in the third quarter to record a growth rate equivalent to 2.1 per cent a year, almost a third higher than previously estimated.
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Jaguar boosts investment and jobs as rolls-royce retrenches

Jaguar Land Rover is to invest a further £450 million in its engine manufacturing centre near Wolverhampton in a move that is expected to eventually create 700 new jobs.
Former chief reporter at The Times and news editor and New York correspondent for The Telegraph among other journals, David Sapsted writes sharply observed news for Re:locate.
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