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The Money International news section is a one-stop resource for those interested in the latest finance news. Our core team of experts take you beyond the headlines to study the forces shaping the world’s finances. The aim is to provide the impartial information you need to make relevant decisions about your future, by providing up to date reporting and analysis focused on fast moving world of finance – where it’s easy to miss breaking developments. The emphasis is on stripping away the jargon to give you clear, concise, and correct information, as and when it happens. Read the latest international business, financial and political news that concerns you and your money, wherever you are in the world. Providing breaking stories as they develop, and including comment and analysis from our experts.

Dynamic Travel Does Away With Delays And Queues

Globe-trotting expats can expect the way they travel to change as technology and data merge to provide new ways for transport to connect. Research suggests that travel, transport and IT organisations will join forces to offer a seamless, single ticket travel experience across road, rail and air with real-time information about times and delays flashing … Read more

Spanish Hospitals Force Brits To Pay For Free Treatment

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Spanish hospitals are refusing to accept the European health insurance card (EHIC) carried by British expats and holidaymakers, forcing the European Commission to step in and investigate. British insurance firms have lodged complaints since increasing numbers of Brits have been told by hospitals that they must pay for their treatment and claim the cost back … Read more

Britain Grows Poorer While Expats Surge Ahead

Britain’s Open Invitation To The Most Talented Expats

Official wealth statistics paint a miserable picture of falling incomes and living standards in Britain while those in many popular expat destinations are doing much better. The report from the UK Office of National Statistics reveals that Britain dropped from fifth place in 2005 in a league table of household income to twelfth place just … Read more

Money May Not Buy Love, But Does Make You Happier

The popular belief that money doesn’t make you happy is not true, says new research which revealed that the richer the person, the happier they are. The findings were published by Brookings Institution, a US-based independent research organisation, and set straight popular misconceptions surrounding wealth and satisfaction. For many years people have believed in the … Read more

New Global Middle Class Will Swell By 3 Billion

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The economies of the Asia Pacific are booming so quickly that within 15 years more than two thirds of the world’s middle class will live in the region, according to new research. In contrast, Europe’s proportion of the global middle class population will drop by 14%. The figures are revealed in a report called ‘Hitting … Read more

The Most Popular Country To Live And Work Is?

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Expats have voted for their favourite destinations in a new global survey – and the US is the firm favourite while China languishes near the bottom. America topped two surveys out in the same week with the first, by pollsters Gallup, asking people around the world where they would love to live if given the … Read more