A report from relocation specialists Cartus reveals that the US has held the top spot from its last survey 4 years’ ago with the UK and Switzerland completing the top 3.
China has slipped in the rankings from third in 2013 to 8th in 2016 while Canada has entered the top 10 at 9; Ireland has entered at 10. France and Hong Kong have dropped out of the top 10.
“It’s interesting that Canada has now joined the list of top ten global relocation destinations. As the year-in-year-out largest trading partner with the United States, and with many companies’ supply chains crossing the border, Canada will continue to be an important destination for US expats,” said Matt Spinolo, Executive Vice President, Global Services, Cartus.
Singapore, Netherlands, Germany and India remain popular destinations for corporate employees.
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Every year, corporates around the world expand or establish their presence in international markets and Canada has entered the rankings for the top destinations for employee relocation.