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Keep up to date with the latest expat news from around the world.

Qatari health jobs ‘go to expatriates’

Brits hoping to find work in healthcare could be in luck if they move to Qatar, the country's healthcare sector is growing and currently 91 per cent of its nurses are expatriates.The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland - Medical University of Bahrain (RCSI Bahrain) has noted the region faces a shortage of nursing skills and is increasingly drawing on expatriate talent, AMEinfo.com reports.According to Kevin O'Malley, RCSI president, without a constant supply of nurses "the potential growth rate of the ... Read more

Expats in Hong Kong ‘enjoy Chinese jobs’

British expatriates who chose to remain in Hong Kong have made the most of its job opportunities, Brits have said.Speaking to the Telegraph, former civil servant Mark Knight recently stated his belief that UK emigrants could benefit from a move to the region.Mr Knight told the paper he thinks that the former colony is a good place to "re-invent yourself" and noted that "switching careers in the UK would be much more difficult".Hong Kong Island and Kowloon are also home to ... Read more

Telegraph ‘to relaunch weekly paper’

Brits living abroad as expatriates could soon have a new weekly paper to read.Relaunched by the Telegraph Media Group (TMG), The Telegraph will be a weekly world edition, due to be published every Wednesday.Editors will compile sections from sister publication the Telegraph's Saturday and Sunday weekend sections and publish them alongside world, business and lifestyle news.Previously known as The Weekly Telegraph, the publication has built up 100,000 subscribers.As part of the relaunch, TMG will be running a subscription campaign, offering readers ... Read more

Expat call charges could get cheaper following Vodafone move

Operator Vodafone UK has said it is to abolish roaming charges this summer, cutting the cost of making calls from abroad.Between June and August the cost for calls, text and picture messages will be waived and users will be able to use their phones for the same rate they do at home.The operator estimates more than 18 million customers will benefit from the Vodafone Passport service, which will be offered across Europe, New Zealand and Australia.If you are hoping to call ... Read more

It will ‘be easier’ to become an expatriate in Croatia

People wanting to move abroad and become an expatriate in Croatia should be aware that buying property in the country will become easier, according to Investment Group Croatia.Andrea Marston, general manager of the firm, said investment in Croatia will be more straightforward for any potential expatriate looking to relocate following new laws set to be introduced in 2009."In February 2009 they are going to change the law to allow foreigners to buy a lot easier. That will mean that some people ... Read more

An expatriate ‘should check their finances’

It is important for people to look at the financial cost of moving abroad before becoming an expatriate, according to Alliance and Leicester International Limited (ALIL).Simon Ripton, joint managing director of ALIL, said that people should think about not only the physical cost of moving abroad, but also the financial stability of the economy of the country they want to become an expatriate in."There are a number of very important considerations that will be central to how your new life abroad ... Read more
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