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Real pay rises in the UK will be 0.3% on average in 2017.
Macau to see higher real wage increases than Hong Kong in 2017.
Salaries forecast to rise 2.9 per cent above inflation in 2017 - down on wage increases seen in 2016.
Salaries in China forecast to rise 4.7 per cent above inflation in 2017.
Taiwan to overtake Malaysia in regional and global rankings next year.
Real pay rises in Argentina will be 6.5% on average in 2017 despite high inflation.
Australians forecast to see the second lowest 'real' wage increases in Asia Pacific next year.
Mark Harrison, Remuneration Services Manager, discusses key findings from our recent Managing Mobility Survey 2016 and how companies can overcome some of the challenges to sending employees on assignments abroad.
Once again, the United Kingdom has the highest global expatriate packages among the top 40 financial hub countries.