Lee Quane

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Hong Kong has continued to get more expensive for expatriates. Over the past few years, the HK dollar has appreciated against most major currencies, owing to its peg to the US dollar, which has pushed up the price of goods and services relative to those in locations whose currencies have weakened against the greenback. This means that for many companies, the cost of maintaining their assignees' purchasing power while posted here has fallen and international assignees based in Japan may see their cost of living allowances decrease.feedback
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Jun 07 2017 Japan
Lee Quane has been quoted 4 times in 4 different articles. On this page, you will find all of Lee Quane’s quotes organized by date and topic. Alongside each quote is a link back to the article where the quote was reported, so you can go back to the source for more context if you need it. Topics that Lee Quane speaks about are Hong Kong and Singapore, for example. Most recently, Lee Quane was quoted in the article A first-world city with third-world air quality’: Hong Kong loses ground on expat liveability ranking saying, “Hong Kong is essentially a first-world city with third-world air quality levels. Combined with ongoing socio-political tensions in Hong Kong, [the city] has therefore fallen in our rankings. In the case of Australia and [Japan] back in 2013, some of these locations may have been lower than Hong Kong ... so we've seen improvements in living conditions in [those countries] which haven't been matched by improvements in living conditions in Hong Kong over the course of the same time.”.
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