India leapt up the global rankings by 12 places to take the 14th spot in terms of best country for expats to live and work in, according to the HSBC survey. The list has been topped by Singapore.
The list is part of HSBC’s latest ‘expat explorer survey’ that covered 27,587 expats from 159 countries and territories in March and April 2017. According to the survey, about 71 percent expats in India reported high levels of confidence in the local economy, while 58 percent exuded optimism on political stability.
Important Takeaways from Above News-
- An Expat (expatriate) is a person who lives outside their native country.
- HSBC Headquarters in London, United Kingdom.
- HSBC was established in 1865 to finance trade between Europe and Asia.
Source- The Economic Times