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SME manufacturing sees employment growth as exports lag

Britain's small and medium-sized manufacturers experienced solid employment and output growth over the last quarter, but exports dragged down overall performance.

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Re:locate magazine Summer 2015 issue

The Summer 2015 issue of Re:locate magazine is out and your printed copy should be landing on your desk anytime now! If you haven't already subscribed, then you do so easily, by clicking here.This is just a small selection of articles from the new issue. In the coming days, we will be publishing more on Re:locate Global, so keep checking the website.

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Salary threshold rise for Singapore's Dependant's Pass

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Singapore Ministry of Manpower enhances Fair Consideration Framework

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Services sector spearheads rise in UK economic activity

UK firms have reported a pick-up in activity as economic growth accelerated in the three months to the end of July, according to the latest survey from the Confederation of British Industry (CBI).
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High London property costs make commuting a bit more appealing

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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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Manufacturing

SME manufacturing sees employment growth as exports lag

Britain's small and medium-sized manufacturers experienced solid employment and output growth over the last quarter, but exports dragged down overall performance.
Call center workers

Services sector spearheads rise in UK economic activity

UK firms have reported a pick-up in activity as economic growth accelerated in the three months to the end of July, according to the latest survey from the Confederation of British Industry (CBI).
commuter train station

High London property costs make commuting a bit more appealing

Home buyers looking for property in the heart of London will have to pay £450,000 more on average that those who buy a house just an hour's commute away, according to new research.
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