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When expatriate taxes are at risk

Lahore: When expats face high taxes, their main concern is the cost of living, and that can be a big issue for them.The country’s main expatriating lobby group, the Overseas Institute of Pakistan, has warned expats against moving to a city that is more expensive than it was when they moved here.Lahore is the only

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FIFA: Expatriates: ‘The first step’

Expatriate vs. immigrant is the name given to a fight within the FIFA world governing body.Expatriating footballers are being called expatriate by many fans and opponents, while immigrants are being accused of discrimination and discrimination on a case by case basis.At least one supporter has gone on record saying he was insulted by the term

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How to find affordable apartments in Dubai

Expatriates can find affordable housing in Dubai and elsewhere in the Gulf, but the number of such rentals available in the UAE is limited.In the past two years, there have been only about 10,000 expatriate apartments in the city.Dubai is the second-most-populous country in the world, after the United States, with nearly one million people.The

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Expatriates expatriates,bahrain and expatriat education are booming

BAHRAIN – Expatriate success in the world is a story of resilience and resilience in the workplace.For some expatriators in Bahrain, however, the story is more than a tale of success in their home country.They say the expatriating community is the new middle class, an elite that has the best life expectancy, the highest rates

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How to find an expatriate restaurant in Malaysia

Expatriate restaurants are a growing trend in Malaysia.It is now estimated that there are around 2,000 expatriates living in Malaysia today.There are several expatriating restaurants in Malaysia, ranging from the local foodie and coffee shops to the high-end restaurant chains.However, most of these restaurants are run by local residents and are often not welcoming to