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A survey of 27,000 expats finds India winning out over China and the U.S. for entrepreneurship, the ease of integrating and the cost of raising children

3 weeks ago
ccording to an HSBC survey, expats believe that India is a better place to start a business and appreciate, among other things, the lower cost of raising children there. Yet India underperformed for quality of life and safety, and all three of the world's most populous nations were beaten by countries such as Singapore, New Zealand and Canada.
By Lucas Niewenhuis

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