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North-South house price gap ‘could narrow in 2017’

The gaping North-South gap in UK property prices could begin to narrow during 2017 as buyers eye more affordable cities outside London and SE England, according to the latest Hometrack UK Cities House Price Index.

Trump and debt cast shadows over Chinese economy

London banks gear up post-Brexit plans to move abroad

Features

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IMF chief fearful of downside risks in global economy

The growth forecast for the global economy for both this year and next has remained unchanged in the International Monetary Fund's latest report, although UK growth is expected to increase.

UK CEOs concerned about soaring employee skill gap

‘No great difference’ between expat and local managers in China

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First evidence session on the impact of Brexit on higher education

The Education Committee has held a public hearing at Pembroke College, University of Oxford, for the first evidence session of its inquiry on the impact of exiting the European Union on higher education.

Immigration News

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CBI launches plan for ‘sensible’ post-Brexit migration

The UK’s foremost business group has set out its priorities for achieving a “sensible” immigration programme that would enable companies to recruit and retain overseas talent in a post-Brexit Britain.
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Brexit news: CIPD urges talks on talent and clarity on expats

The CIPD is seeking engagement from government to ensure the UK has the skills employers need post-Brexit where the UK has more control over immigration.
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Pro-Link GLOBAL immigration dispatch – UK, China, Europe, Saudi Arabia, Indonesia, Australia, Canada and US

Discover key changes to immigration regulations in the United Kingdom, China, Europe, Saudi Arabia, Indonesia, Australia, Canada and the United States.

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North-South house price gap ‘could narrow in 2017’

The gaping North-South gap in UK property prices could begin to narrow during 2017 as buyers eye more affordable cities outside London and SE England, according to the latest Hometrack UK Cities House Price Index.
China skyline dark clouds

Trump and debt cast shadows over Chinese economy

China's economic growth in 2016 amounted to 6.7 per cent according to official data from Beijing, released amid fears of a future downturn if a trade war with President Donald Trump's America materialises.
Former chief reporter at The Times and news editor and New York correspondent for The Telegraph among other journals, David Sapsted writes sharply observed news for Re:locate.
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