In the face of pandemic, wealthy nations lead global battle for migrants

As the global economy heats up and tries to put the pandemic aside, a battle for the young and the able has begun. With fast-track visas and promises of permanent residence, many wealthy recovery countries are sending a message to skilled immigrants around the world: Help needed. Now. In Germany, …

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TAT urged to target wealthy crypto tourists

A new tourism ecosystem targeting global cryptocurrency holders could provide a huge boost to national GDP if the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) moves away from traditional marketing to attract new nano-entrepreneurs. A sign announcing the acceptance of bitcoin at Lim Lao Ngow, a fishball noodle shop in Siam Square. …

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Costa Rica’s digital nomadic visa law gives tourists more options in Latin America

Many of us have heard of digital nomads who travel while working remotely for a company that allows them to travel, or as freelancers. The concept was bolstered by the changes many businesses around the world experienced during the pandemic during lockdown and the remote work options that were allowed. …

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Travelstart and MakeMyTrip: Charting a post-pandemic future

TWO pioneers of online travel – Travelstart founded in 1999 in Africa and DoMyTravel founded in India in 2000 – were at WiT Experience Singapore to share how they are facing the future as they emerge from the dust of Covid. During a wide-ranging conversation, the two companies talked about …

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Digital nomads stuck in the gray area

The coronavirus pandemic has boosted the popularity of remote working, and if Thailand is to attract the highest paid digital workers to help boost the economy, it must legalize the practice to accommodate these professionals. In some parts of the world, people leave their desks to work from their laptops …

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Buenos Aires Hours | Buenos Aires to host Latin America’s first conference for digital nomads

Highlighting the capital’s burgeoning reputation as a destination for travelers working remotely, the city government of Buenos Aires has announced that it will host the continent’s first-ever conference for digital nomads next week. The two-day in-person and online hybrid event, which takes place at the Usina del Arte in La …

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Costa Rica advances legislation to attract digital nomads

TO TCRN, we insisted on the evolution of remote work and the important role of the so-called digital nomads all over the world today Costa Rica has an objective regarding this issue, taking into account the law in force, in order to promote long-term stays in the country and to …

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List of things to do in the United States: 12 months, 12 destinations and 12 reasons to travel

From exploring Nashville’s legendary music scene to whale watching in Maine, here’s your month-by-month guide to an unforgettable trip. January: Sundance and ski, Utah Utah / Unsplash Enter winter Utah, world famous for its powder snow and where you can enjoy no less than 15 ski resorts. The ultra-luxury Deer …

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Free Wi-Fi for all? Cities (and nations) make universal digital access a right

For years, some big cities have wooed tourists and telecommuters by offering free WiFi hotspots to help find the best restaurants or connect for meetings from a park bench. This month, Mexico City won the Guinness World Record for the most free Wi-Fi hotspots in the world, with 21,500. But …

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Get Golden Visa explains how Athens real estate market is booming and will exceed expectations in 2022

ATHENS, GREECE, November 17, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – When it comes to international real estate investing, Athens, the Greek capital, tops the list. Its economy is improving, excellent foreign schools and many attractions for expats. It’s hard to resist Athens, which allows its citizens to relax on beautiful beaches after a …

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