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New assignment policies report on GCC-based companies.
New whitepaper offers guidance for managing common mobility challenges.
2017 survey results now available.
Retirement, medical, life, disability, and more.
Determining Cost of Living Differentials
Establishing Appropriate Housing Allowances
Creating Competitive & Cost-Effective Policies
Establishing Reasonable Allowances for Short-Term Assignees
Understanding Quality of Living & Hardship Issues
Understanding Expatriate Income Tax Issues
Creating a Localization Policy
Understanding Best Industry Practices
Establish & Maintain Balance Sheets
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Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates will implement a VAT beginning January 2018 with full implementation by January 2019.
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