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Living costs in 13 of the top world countries: Australia is the most expensive and Germany is the cheapest!

Living costs in 13 of the top world countries: Australia is the most expensive and Germany is the cheapest!

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Living costs in 13 of the top world countries: Australia is the most expensive and Germany is the cheapest!

Living costs in 13 of the top world countries: Australia is the most expensive and Germany is the cheapest!

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2 Comments:

  1. Alfredo Fores

    Hi; congratulations for your blog! It´s very good and has a lot of useful information.
    I want to ask if there´s any problem in applying to postgrad studies in germany in my case.
    I am an MD from Chile and I graduated in 1997. I have been active since that date as an Anatomy teacher in the medical school and also in private practice as primary care physician, but I don´t have any degrees or specialty after that.
    Any leads on where can I get more information?

    thanks, greetings.

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