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Article: Moving To Argentina - What To Expect As A New Expat

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Article: Moving To Argentina - What To Expect As A New Expat

Post Posted: Fri Apr 04, 2014 2:43 am

With its growing economy, business opportunities and laidback lifestyle, Argentina continues to attract expats from all over the world.

Here’s what you can expect as a new expat in Argentina.

Health services

Argentina is known to have far better healthcare services that the other countries in South America. Expats can avail of private and public healthcare. Private healthcare operates through private insurance companies who offer good coverage. Private hospitals are better equipped with amenities and the facilities are superior.

Most public hospitals are also staffed with highly qualified healthcare professionals. There is free emergency attention for everyone, including tourists. However, some public hospitals may be underfunded and understaffed. Another part of the healthcare system in Argentina is obras sociales, which consists of health insurance funds for employees and is applicable to local residents and permanent residents that have legal employment...

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Re: Article: Moving To Argentina - What To Expect As A New Expat

Post Posted: Sun Jan 04, 2015 3:32 am

It sounds like the economy there may be a bit more volatile than I thought ... thanks for the article.

 

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