Around 72 per cent of expats
in Oman saw an increase in their disposable income as a result of moving and it is also helping them boost their long-term planning, with 76 per cent being able to save more," the Expat
Explorer survey commissioned by HSBC Expat
and conducted by YouGov says.
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in Qatar (76 per cent of respondents) and Oman (72 per cent) are the highest in the world to say that they have more disposable income since moving, compared to a global average of 57 per cent, according to the survey.
BEIRUT: Heads of economic associations in Lebanon emphasized the importance of contributions by Lebanese expats
to the Lebanese economy at a news conference held Thursday at Phoenicia Hotel.
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Only Oman (72pc) and Qatar (76pc) are home to a greater number of expats
who say their disposable income is higher.
Despite the volatility in the global economy and insecurity in job markets, the UAE's diverse business landscape and its position as a hub in the Middle East means that it continues to be an attractive destination for expats
from across the world.
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The vote's outcome could have a real impact on British expats
living in other EU countries -- but the close ties between Britain and Cyprus should limit the damage, experts say.
achieve more than they predicted by moving overseas.
21 regulating the transfer of employment, arguing that by 'monopolising' the skills and talent of employees, expats
end up working in other neighbouring countries and Qatar misses the opportunity to utilise such talent and skills.
Al-Mutairi urged the Kuwaiti government to adopt policies encourage expats
to save their money at the banking system or to invest them in the country.