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The Telegraph has once again launched its Best of British competition celebrating the best venues for expats living overseas.
Launched yesterday (November 25th), the competition offers awards in six categories including Best British Shop, Best British Social Club and Best British Business Club.
The paper is asking for nominations and votes from its expat readership all over the world and once votes are closed on January 15th, a panel of judges will offer awards in each of the categories at country level and, where competition is strong enough, at the city/state level.
"Each of the venues that are shortlisted will receive a Telegraph certificate proclaiming their success, and each country, city or regional winner will go through to a global showdown next year," the paper explained.
The Telegraph claims a strong international readership and offers dedicated news channels on subjects such as expat healthcare, education, overseas property and offshore finance.
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