Our high-inflation table shrinks for the first time in over a year, but many countries are still struggling to contain the cost of living.
Signs suggest global inflation has peaked, but our double-digit inflation table isn't shrinking yet!
Inflation remains high around the world as food and household items rise in price as higher costs are passed on to consumers. How have key events around the world affected cost of living indices for your assignees?
The ringgit's weakness against the US dollar has offset the impact of inflation in Kuala Lumpur, causing it to drop in the global rankings.
Singapore rose four places from last year to become the 8th most expensive location in the world for expatriates, driven primarily by surging accommodation costs.
Hong Kong is the second most expensive location in the world for expatriates
Double-digit inflation club finally begins to shrink, but newcomers are nearly all from Western Europe.
Pamela Pang explores how to successfully manage assignee salary packages in the current complex environment. Please note, this webinar was delivered in Japanese.
As countries around the world scramble to combat the cost of living crisis, is this the beginning of the end for high inflation, or just the end of the beginning?