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Migrants in the UK

Migrants in the UK – South African

The UK is a wonderfully diverse country with residents from many parts of the world making their contributions to British culture and society. In this installment of the TransferGo Blog’s continuing series on migrants in the UK, we look at those migrants from South Africa. Historical ties between South Africa and Great Britain The connections...

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Living Abroad Migrant Life

Life Abroad: Bucharest

Another of the regular features of the TransferGo Blog is our Life Abroad series, which serves as an introduction to various cities around the world. In this installment we look at the city that was once called “Little Paris”: Bucharest. History By European standards, Bucharest is a fairly new city which was founded in the...

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Brexit

May Gambles and Loses, Job Shortages, Pensioners and NHS, and the Fall of Populism

For the last two weeks, Brexit talks and movement have been basically at a standstill as PM May and other political leaders campaigned for the just completed election. The election results along with other Brexit news indicates that the road ahead may be anything but smooth. PM May’s Job Just Got Harder PM May called...

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International Trade

Doing Business in Italy

It is no secret that TransferGo is avid supporters of SMEs (small to medium sized enterprises).  Our support is one of the reasons why we have a team of customer service reps that are specially trained to deal with the unique transfer needs of our SME customers.  It is also one of the reasons why...

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Living Abroad

Life Abroad: Warsaw

One of the many regular TransferGo Blog series is our “Life Abroad” articles.  TransferGo was originally founded to help those living in other countries send money back home.  Today’s population is more mobile than at any time in history and, seemingly, a bit more adventurous as people move not only for work but also just...

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Brexit

Iconic Flower Show Suffers, Wine and Air Prices to Rise, and Trump Reverses

Brexit negotiations resume in mid-June, just a few days following the 8th of June election. Most of the talk over the last two weeks has revolved around the election as well as projections of post-Brexit impacts to UK. Legendary Guitarist Slams May and Brexit Brian May, the astrophysicist and Queen guitarist, spoke out about Brexit...

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