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Auto industry could be hardest hit after Brexit

Experts have warned that the auto industry may be one of the hardest hit industries following Brexit, due to the sector’s reliance on exports and overseas talent.

Global slowdown pegs expat salaries in Gulf

America ‘wants trade deal with UK as soon as possible’

Features

Relocating? Which are the most family-friendly locations?

Relocating? Which are the most family-friendly locations?

Uganda and Israel top the ranking of the friendliest countries for expat families, while Europe loses out in the InterNations Expat Insider Survey which canvassed over 14,300 expatriates worldwide.

Executive Expatriate Relocations supports Relocate Awards

Derag Livinghotel Frankfurt: serviced apartments on a new level

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Netherlands: Intra Corporate Transfer (ICT) Directive

Netherlands: Intra Corporate Transfer (ICT) Directive

Concerns relating to the Dutch implementation of certain aspects of the Intra Corporate Transfer (ICT) Directive have caused Permits Foundation to push for – and receive – clarification from the government.
One hundred days: charting the path of the Trump presidency

One hundred days: charting the path of the Trump presidency

The Worldwide ERC follow the activity of the US administration and government and provide insights on the key areas of focus and the impact on global mobility in their ‘Government Affairs Community Update’.
Changes to the UK’s immigration rules on 6 April: A synopsis

Changes to the UK’s immigration rules on 6 April: a synopsis

Tracy Evlogidis, of global law firm Morgan Lewis, comments on changes to UK immigration rules which take effect on 6 April, implementing the recommendations of the Migration Advisory Committee.

Latest International Assignments News & Features

One hundred days: charting the path of the Trump presidency

One hundred days: charting the path of the Trump presidency

The Worldwide ERC follow the activity of the US administration and government and provide insights on the key areas of focus and the impact on global mobility in their ‘Government Affairs Community Update’.

Latest Serviced Apartments News & Features

US temporary accommodation giant makes first UK hire

US temporary accommodation giant makes first UK hire

National Corporate Housing has appointed Irina Keen as its first UK global account manager. The appointment comes as the company rolls out in the UK, following demand from its existing US clients.

David Sapsted Reports

Global slowdown pegs expat salaries in Gulf

Global slowdown pegs expat salaries in Gulf

According to an annual survey conducted by the magazine Gulf Business, the annual increase in expatriate salaries in the Gulf has slowed down dramatically to below inflation rises in the past year.

America ‘wants trade deal with UK as soon as possible’

The prospects of the US striking a free trade deal with the UK after the latter leaves the European Union have been boosted by a senior Republican politician in a speech in London.
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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