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How are British expats welcomed in Australia?


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While the number of Chinese expats moving to Australia continues to grow, and there is increased interest from India, it is Britain that has always seen a constant flow of expats to Australia. There is a history between the two countries which goes back hundreds of years and while looking at the mass media you [...]

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