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US shutdown
This week we look at how the world sees the US shutdown and compare the manners of teenagers
 
Real estate investment
Is real estate a good investment? And why is there still so much poverty in the world?
 
Music fest from New Orleans
More to enjoy from New Orleans with Jack Snyder
 
Travel surge
Year-on-year growth in premium bookings between Harwich and the Hook of Holland
 
School list for expats
Survive your visitors and over eat at a rib contest. Quite a mix from this weeks Twitter feed
 
Water, water
Water, water everywhere and more to come?
 
Family and business
Making your family a profitable business, and how the unconscious mind affects behavior
 
How to value your house
Food trends and how to stay awake for 86 hours all in this weeks Easyexpat revue
 
Pensions and more
How to avoid the pension tsunami, and why critical thinking is important in everyday life
 
Terry live on air
Hits, stories and links from the 1980's with Terry Clear.
 
Housewarming expat style
Easyexpats join us from Holland and Berlin to tells us more about the latest Tweets for expats
 
Tipping
The connection between finance, sportsmanship, and competition, and is tipping outdated?
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