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Drilling for oil off Brazilian coast

Brazil’s Petrobras counts the cost of ‘kickback’ scandal

Petrobras, Brazil’s state-run oil company, has put a $2 billion price tag on the costs of the corruption scandal that has enveloped the firm.

Saudi Arabia: Changes to ‘Saudization’ and NITAQAT calculations

Thailand: Amendments to definition of business activities and 90-day registration

Features
Stephanie Davies

Laughology: happiness, science and productivity

Laughology is a learning and development company that centres its work around a concept that's at once both tiny and all-encompassing: happiness.

The specialists: autism in the workforce

Three quarters of employees believe collaboration is essential

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David Sapsted Reports
HSBC Headquarters, London

HSBC considers relocating London HQ to Asia

HSBC, one of the world's largest banks, has confirmed it is actively considering moving its headquarters from London to Asia because of a new regulatory regime and tax hikes in the UK.
Housing in London in the spring

Would-be sellers confident of house price rise this year

Increasing consumer confidence that UK property prices will rise this year could result in more homes coming on to the market in the coming months, according to a new survey from the Halifax.
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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Immigration News
Map and flag of Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia: Changes to ‘Saudization’ and NITAQAT calculations

Aimed at both protecting Saudi Arabian citizens in the workforce and providing increased flexibility to Saudi Arabian companies sponsoring foreign employees, the Saudi Ministry of Labour recently announced two amendments.
Tuk Tuk in Bangkok, Thailand

Thailand: Amendments to definition of business activities and 90-day registration

The Thai authorities in March announced two changes that will benefit sponsoring companies and their foreign employees.
Shengen area of Europe

Temporary assignments to the Schengen area of Europe

In the past few years there has been an increased trend to shorter assignments and extended business travel as companies think about efficient ways to manage their projects and international staff, Peregrine Immigration reports.
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Latest Corporate Finance News
HSBC Headquarters, London

HSBC considers relocating London HQ to Asia

HSBC, one of the world's largest banks, has confirmed it is actively considering moving its headquarters from London to Asia because of a new regulatory regime and tax hikes in the UK.
Land Rover Discovery

UK car industry hits new productivity high

Productivity in the UK car manufacturing industry has reached an all-time high, the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) revealed on Thursday.
Dmitry Medvedev with Russian soldiers

Medvedev counts the cost of Crimea as Russia contracts

Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has acknowledged that Russia is in the grips of its first recession since 2009 as a result of sanctions over Ukraine and the slump in the oil price.
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