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The global financial crisis was a major reason for me to leave Spain in 2008. Now, six years later, property prices have dropped massively, unemployment is unbelievably high and many of the expats I knew when I lived in Spain have long left. But what will the future bring? Is the crisis almost over and does that mean expats will start coming back to Spain? Or is there still a long way to go?

An interesting article with a British angle on the current situation for expats in Spain:

Has the sun set on the expat dream in Spain?

Ninety thousand Britons have waved adios to a life under the Spanish sky. Why has the sangria turned sour for so many families? 
www.telegraph.co.uk >>


 Image: picture taken in Bonalba, Costa Blanca, Spain

Author: Sanne Wesselman
A traveler, wanderer, digital nomad and entrepreneur. Owner of marketing company A to Z Marketing (Atozmarketing.eu).
I spend most of my time living and working abroad and use this blog to share some of my international experiences and travel tips.

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