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Offshore savers less protected if banks fail

Offshore savers are yet again being short-changed compared with those onshore. But this time, it’s the level of protection that’s lower for expatriates than for counterparts living in the UK. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/offshorefinance/8246100/Offshore-savers-less-protected-if-banks-fail.html

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Mexico plans reform of immigration system

The governmental body in charge of migration in Mexico is be reformed, sources have disclosed. Tens of thousands of migrants, mostly from Central American countries such as Honduras and Guatemala, enter Mexico each year, hoping to use the country as … Continue reading

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Unusual British exports

The traditional red telephone box is fast disappearing from Britain’s streets, but if you’re feeling nostalgic, track down one of the many hundreds sold abroad. This one can be found on Dickenson Bay in Antigua, but others have ended up … Continue reading

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Australia pressured to speed up skilled migrant applications

Australia pressured to speed up skilled migrant applications Continue reading

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