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Posted by: Scar on Friday November 17, 2017 (13:38:22) (923 Reads)
An amazingly diverse destination with arid deserts, snowcapped mountain ranges, active volcanoes and islands, Chile is a land of extreme contrasts in many ways. It is the longest nation in the world, stretching across three continents. While the main territory lies on the South American West Coast, its western border is part of Oceania, while the southern part of the country extends all the way to Antarctica. The climate of this narrow land is as ... more ...
Posted by: Scar on Friday October 13, 2017 (08:56:58) (1669 Reads)
Chile has long been considered an attractive destination for foreign investors and expat entrepreneurs, and for good reason. One of the more stable economies in South America, the country is fairly liberal in letting non-nationals set up shop, and has recently made the process of starting a business even simpler. more ...
Posted by: Anonymous on Wednesday October 07, 2015 (12:57:50) (3422 Reads)
Living in Chile can be a great experience for any expat. Moreover, this country has not only modern infrastructure but also one of the most stable economies across South America. Foreigners from all over the world are therefore seeking employment in Chile. Many Americans, Brits, Australians, and Canadians are taking up English-teaching jobs in this nation. In fact, if you are passionate about teaching, the English language or traveling, this may ... more ...