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Re:locate magazine (published March, June, September and November) is the leading independent publication for HR, global managers and relocation professionals.

It covers the full spectrum of international relocation topics, to support those relocating, operating, or setting up operations overseas. Each issue is packed with authoritative, topical features on subjects ranging from international assignment policy and practice to removals, and from education to expat banking, plus coverage of global mobility events. Digital magazines for Asia Pacific, Latin America and Europe are also published quarterly. Register now for your free copies.

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David Sapsted Reports
Alexis Tsipras, Syriza, Greece

A nervous Europe awaits the outcome of the Greek election

The comprehensive quantitative easing programme announced by the European Central Bank (ECB) on Thursday is being overshadowed by Sunday’s general election in Greece, where the anti-austerity opposition party Syriza is favourite to win, although without an overall majority.
King Salman, Saudi Arabia

New Saudi king quick to promise business as usual

King Salman, who acceded to the throne of Saudi Arabia following the death of his half-brother King Abdullah on Friday, moved swiftly to reassure the world it would be business as usual in the oil-rich kingdom.
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.
Education Explained

Education Explained: Applying for a school place in England

As part of the Education Explained series, providing information and practical guides, Rebecca Marriage takes a look at applying for a school place in England.

Education Explained: The International Baccalaureate Career-related Certificate

As part of the Education Explained series, looking at the choices for relocating families, Rebecca Marriage examines the International Baccalaureate Career-related Certificate.

Education Explained: Apprenticeships in England

As part of the Education Explained series, looking at the education options for relocating families, Rebecca Marriage takes a close look at Apprenticeships in England.
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Analysis by Ray Furlong
Oil refinery

Powerhouse economies to profit as oil prices plummet

The price of oil has fallen by more than 20 per cent since June. It sounds like good news for anyone who wants to be mobile, implying as it does cheaper petrol or air fares.
flags of China and USA

China’s economy takes the lead – but the U.S. profits

China has overtaken the United States to become the world’s biggest economy, according to the International Monetary Fund.
Ray Furlong is Multimedia Editor at Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty. He spent 17 years at the BBC as a World Service presenter and foreign correspondent. For Re:locate he writes exclusive analysis of international affairs.
Latest Corporate Finance News
Alexis Tsipras, Syriza, Greece

A nervous Europe awaits the outcome of the Greek election

The comprehensive quantitative easing programme announced by the European Central Bank (ECB) on Thursday is being overshadowed by Sunday’s general election in Greece, where the anti-austerity opposition party Syriza is favourite to win, although without an overall majority.
Two business people in planning meeting

Human capital reporting key to long-term view: CIPD study launch

UK Business Secretary Vince Cable today joined Peter Cheese at the launch of the latest report in the CIPD's collaborative Valuing Your Talent initiative. Delegates heard how companies' long-term growth potential is being hampered by a lack of consistency in human capital management reporting.
Mario Draghi at Davos

QE plan to kickstart the eurozone economies

The European Central Bank (ECB) attempted to breathe life into the stagnating economies of the 19 nations in the eurozone by announcing a comprehensive programme of quantitative easing on Thursday.
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Immigration News
Havana, Cuba

New US-Cuba trade and travel rules come into force

New travel and trade regulations between the US and Cuba come into force today, softening the US embargo that has been in place for half a century.
A street vendor in Hanoi, Vietnam

Vietnam: Eleven service sectors eligible for work permit exemptions

Pro-link GLOBAL advises that by way of a new Circular 41/2014/TT-BCT the Vietnamese Ministry of Industry and Trade has introduced Work Permit Exemption regulations for Intra-Company Transfers (ICTs) working in 11 service sectors.
Sir James Dyson

Dyson warns against expelling international students

Inventor Sir James Dyson, one of Britain’s most successful businessmen, has attacked proposals by Home Secretary Theresa May to expel international students from the UK as soon as they graduate.
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Policy
Business team looking at financial projections

Unlocking the retention power of the end-of-service gratuity

Are corporate retirement savings schemes becoming the secret weapon in the battle for talent?
Business team planning international expansion

Assignment compensation: Issues to consider in expatriate reward

At the Symposium Events Expatriate Management and Global Mobility Forum 2014, presentations from AIRINC, Mercer and Atkins highlighted issues to consider when delivering remuneration to international assignees.
The Shard and Tower Bridge, London

Tough at the top: Supporting the movers and shakers who are driving the recovery

This is the first of our series looking at how to support VIPs on the move, whether they are CEOs, entrepreneurs, High Net Worth Individuals, financiers or leaders in their particular field.
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Serviced Apartment Solutions
Stuart Winstone, SilverDoor

SilverDoor and serviced apartments recognised at hotel industry awards

Hotel industry body HBAA has presented SilverDoor’s business partnerships director, Stuart Winstone with the Tim Gasson Award and acknowledged the serviced apartments sector as an “integral part of the association”.
SilverDoor apartments logo

SilverDoor wins Business Travel award

Independent serviced apartment agent, SilverDoor, has won the award for Best Serviced Apartment Provider at the Business Travel Awards 2015.
Modena by Fraser Zhuankou Wuhan, China

Frasers Hospitality strengthens foothold in China’s second tier cities

Frasers Hospitality, provider of premium serviced apartments and hotel residences, is eyeing a bigger share of the China market with the addition of 10 more serviced residences in China’s second-tier cities of Tianjin, Nanchang, Hefei, Dalian, Kunming, Wuxi and Chengdu, and two more in the key cities of Shanghai and Shenzhen.
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Smart Move

Smart Move

Whether you’re coming to the UK from abroad, moving within the UK, or going overseas for work on an international assignment, we’re here to help, with the latest news, articles and practical advice on a range of key subjects, from property and schools to lifestyle, partner’s career options and settling in your new area.

From new graduates and young professionals, through families with children, to senior executives, we have something for everyone.