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Why some expats whoop and others weep over sterling’s fall

By Angloinfo World editor - Friday, July 15, 2016

Sterling’s fall against the euro and dollar has some expats and UK residents reaching for their hankies, and others rubbing their hands with glee. What are you doing? Overheard in… Read more…

Switzerland worries over Brexit’s long term impact

By Angloinfo World Editor - Thursday, July 14, 2016

The landlocked country in the centre of Europe will likely see a boost to its financial sector in the short term but concerns over damage to the EU’s single market… Read more…

Portugal confident it can survive Brexit fallout

By Angloinfo World Editor - Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Despite a fragile economic recovery, Portugal’s socialist prime minister is sure his country can weather the storm.     Antonio Costa said Portugal had enough cash reserves in place to… Read more…

French government pledges to make expat tax regime the most favourable in Europe

By Angloinfo World Editor - Thursday, July 7, 2016

In the wake of the surprise UK Brexit vote France is making a major play for London’s banking business.     France’s financial sector have long sought a change in… Read more…

Should expats be panicked about the UK’s decision to Brexit from the EU?

By Angloinfo World editor - Friday, June 24, 2016

Laura Parsons from foreign exchange service provider TorFX, describes how the current volatile currency market could affect expats. Given that the results of the latest polls indicated that the UK… Read more…

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