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What's up, Europe? The expat's Thanksgiving edition

Nov 22, 2012
Americans may be stuffing themselves with turkey on Thanksgiving, but what about Americans on the other side of the pond?
Posted In: Whats up Europe, expats, Thanksgiving
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What's up, Europe? Checking in with U.K. ex-pats

Sep 3, 2012
Two ex-pats living in the U.K. discuss the jobs picture abroad.
Posted In: U.K., expats, Whats up Europe
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Santa Monica business hurt by British expats departing

Jul 20, 2012
The Los Angeles suburb of Santa Monica is sometimes called "Little Britain." That's because of the number of British expats living there. But "Little Britain" is changing.
Posted In: British, expats, Santa Monica
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What's up, Europe? Ex-pats in the U.K.

Jul 4, 2012
For Americans abroad, this 4th of July is spent talking about Barclays and David Beckham -- all while knocking back a few at the pub.
Posted In: Whats up Europe, U.K., expats
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Moscow may be difficult for U.S. expats

Jul 24, 2008
The consulting firm Mercer reports the cost of compensating expats has jumped by nearly 20 percent in the past 12 months, thanks to a weaker U.S....
Posted In: cost of living, expats, Moscow

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