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Understand what to expect from the Swiss medical system if you're moving there to live and work or to retire. Read More...
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A lively university town whose picture-perfect town centre is studded with remarkable medieval and Renaissance buildings (think Stratford-upon-Avon with a French twist), Dijon shoul... Read moreby Michela on March 6, 2015