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Blog > 2017


Amsterdam's Business Club, Chile's Climate, And International Updates

  Posted Thursday November 30, 2017 (14:47:37)   (95 Reads)


This week we have three round-ups of international news for you: here's one that discusses expat financial news around the world; here's one for expat healthcare news; and here's a run-down of general news items relating to expat life.

We also have a guide to healthcare in Argentina, for anyone who's thinking of moving there; or if Belize is more your style, take a look at the local dishes you should try when you're there.

If you're moving to Amsterdam, this interview with Dennis Cowles may be of interest. He's Chairman of the Amsterdam American Business Club, which is open to people of all nationalities despite the name. If you've recently relocated there, this may be a good way to network and make new friends.

Chile is a land of contrasts, and its climate is no exception - take a look at our guide to the weather there if you're thinking of making the move.

Banking can be a difficult thing to set up for expats, especially in a country where you're unfamiliar with the language. To help you adjust, here's a guide to banking in China.

Columnist Rosemary Border Rabson is about to celebrate her 45th wedding anniversary - read all about it, along with her experiences of life in France, in her latest column.

This week we interviewed two expats about their experiences of life abroad: Kylie in the USA and Ana in Belgium.

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Would you like to share your experience of life abroad with other readers? Answer the questions here to be featured in an interview!

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