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Chinese and US flag illustrates the Sept 2018 weekly Relocate news roundup which includes an article about the US/China trade war and expats who vow to keep their firms in China.

Weekly news roundup: 20 September 2018

This week's David Sapsted roundup includes information about the UK economy, Brexit, expat taxes in The Netherlands, the US-China "trade war", a neoliberal think tank proposed "free trade agreement" between the US and UK, and new visa laws for expat retirees in the UAE.


Yew Chung International School Beijing 2019 graduates

International Students’ Guide to Packing for University

Packing for university can be tricky for any student, but for students studying abroad, it can present its own unique set of challenges. Jonathan Mellen from Yew Chung International School, Beijing, shares his 'mental packing list' with tips for a safe, happy and smooth transition to university.
International school children

Numbers of international schools continue to rise

Marianne Curphey talks to Jitin Sethi, partner at L.E.K. Consulting’s Global Education Practice, about how changes in the education sector in developing countries are affecting relocating families
London cityscape

Overseas assignees 'getting raw deal' in the UK

Global employees working in the UK do poorly in terms of support from their employers compared to expatriates working elsewhere in the world, according to a new survey.

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