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  • n. Plural form of expatriate.

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Examples

  • Many are expatriates from the U.S. and Canada along with a good number of transplants from Germany, Spain and The Netherlands.

    Bob Schulman: Tulum Is Still Tulum on the Riviera Maya

  • The amount of money Latin American expatriates send home is expected to drop by 11% in 2009, as the global recession shrinks job opportunities for ...

    Paul David Walker: How to Take Market Share Now

  • The Inter-American Development Bank forecasts a similar decline for remittances from Latin American expatriates, also mostly in the U.S.

    Migrants Are Still Bringing It All Back Home

  • The amount of money Latin American expatriates send home is expected to drop by 11% in 2009, as the global recession shrinks job opportunities for immigrants.

    Money Sent Home by Latin American Expatriates to Drop

  • Western companies favor long-term expatriates over local Chinese for jobs that call for bilingual skills skewed toward English, cross-cultural communication ability and problem-solving instincts, said Teresa Woodland, founder of the Wudelan s consulting firm and a member of the board of governors of the American Chamber of Commerce in the People's Republic of China.

    The Drifters

  • Although my children are living in the same place at roughly the same time in their lives, their experience as expatriates is very different from mine.

    A French Fourth

  • But a lawsuit against Mexican nationals by expatriates is a very unproductive activity.

    Buying property in Mexico: watch out for landmines

  • I know that Canada takes a close interest in the affairs of Hong Kong, not least because of the considerable number of expatriates from the Territory who have chosen to study or settle here -- in some cases both.

    Hong Kong: Myths and Realities

  • The majority of long-term expatriates (in a place like Korea, at least) are men, and most of them don't speak the local language very well.

    gordsellar.com

  • A growing number of British expats are moving their pensions offshore after reform in 2006 allowed long-term expatriates to set up the Qualifying Registered Overseas Pension Scheme

    Expat Focus

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