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living in chile

Discussion forum for expats moving to or living in Chile.

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living in chile

Post Posted: Fri Oct 29, 2010 8:39 am

Hi,

I am a 45 year old guy, who is planning to spend a couple of months in chile and find out whether I can make it my permanent place of stay, if feasible.

Iam an commerce graduate and my wife is an architect. I have 2 daughters aged 16 & 7 respectively.

I have got a 20 year experience in managing a family run Automobile spare parts, Fuel injection service and suzuki car service station.

I am from the southern part of india from a place by name Trichy belonging to the state of Tamil nadu.

My language skills with english is quiet good and I am proficeint in my local language tamil. I can understand a little bit of Hindi & french.

I like travelling and I have been lucky to travel well in India, Europe, USA,Thailand & China.

I am sure to excel in any managerial and liasoning opportunities that may arise during my stay.

I hope to pick up spanish and look forward to a life of fun and peace.

With Regards,
Ganesan Natesh babu.

 

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