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The hidden currency costs of relocation

By using a specialist currency broker, international assignees and their families can save substantial amounts of money when paying school fees or servicing a mortgage. Michael Freedman, of FXcompared Intelligence, explains how.

Worldwide ERC Latin America conference: The programme

New Re:locate education guide: Focus on the US

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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Calls for Schengen changes as European migration crisis mounts

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has warned that the mass influx of refugees into Europe this year is putting at risk the Schengen agreement, which allows free cross-border travel across 26 Continental nations.
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Migration record prompts warnings over curbs on skilled workers

As official figures on Thursday put net migration to the UK at the highest on record, the Institute of Directors warned that the government's "bizarre" attempts to cut the total were punishing British businesses.
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Global mobility professionals: share your views on dependants’ right to work

The Permits Foundation, which campaigns to make it easier for accompanying spouses to be employed during their partners’ international assignment, is seeking global mobility professionals' feedback on the implications of proposed restrictions on the right of dependants to work in the UK.
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Calls for Schengen changes as European migration crisis mounts

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has warned that the mass influx of refugees into Europe this year is putting at risk the Schengen agreement, which allows free cross-border travel across 26 Continental nations.
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‘Energised’ UK economy confident about future, despite China

Growth in the UK economy remained buoyant in the three months to August though the global turmoil caused by China's slowdown posed possible problems for the future, according to the latest survey from the Confederation of British Industry.
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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‘Energised’ UK economy confident about future, despite China

Growth in the UK economy remained buoyant in the three months to August though the global turmoil caused by China's slowdown posed possible problems for the future, according to the latest survey from the Confederation of British Industry.
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Rise in American GDP brings some calm to the markets

The revelation that GDP growth in the United States had grown by an annualised rate of 3.7 per cent in the second quarter - way ahead of expectations - heartened markets at the end of a week dominated by China's apparent woes.
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Resurgent services sector optimistic over future

The UK's all-important services sector bounced back to vigorous growth in the quarter to August after a weaker-than-expected start to the year, according to the latest survey from the Confederation of British Industry.
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