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Beijing losing popularity as more expats leave than are arriving

Chinaâ??s increasing cost of living, dwindling expat pay packets and smog are all reasons why more expats are leaving than are arriving. Once a favourite with more adventurous expats, China and its mega-cities are now seeing a fall in the number of expats due to pollution and rising living costs. The total number of expats located in... Expats Blog -
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