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In pictures: India ranked among the worst destinations for expats

Updated : 2019-09-17 10:02:45

India has been ranked among the worst destination for expatriates to live, according to a study by InterNations. As per the report, India emerged 59 among 64 countries in the global expats ranking. These are the ten worst performers.

#1. Kuwait: The oil-rich Arab country located on the Persian gulf may be home to thousands of expatriates, but it is still the worst place for an expat to live in the planet. (Image Source: Wikimedia Commons)
#1. Kuwait: The oil-rich Arab country located on the Persian gulf may be home to thousands of expatriates, but it is still the worst place for an expat to live in the planet. (Image Source: Wikimedia Commons)
#2. Italy: Home to a growing number of migrants from across West Asia and Africa, Italy has found itself at the wrong end of the list. As per the report, the country is the second-worst place for an expat to live. (Reuters/Tony Gentile )
#2. Italy: Home to a growing number of migrants from across West Asia and Africa, Italy has found itself at the wrong end of the list. As per the report, the country is the second-worst place for an expat to live. (Reuters/Tony Gentile )
#3. Nigeria: It may be one of the major economies in the African continent, but it is still way behind when it comes to the treatment of its expat population.
#3. Nigeria: It may be one of the major economies in the African continent, but it is still way behind when it comes to the treatment of its expat population.
#4. Brazil: The South American nation is not only a tourist heaven but also one of the fastest-growing economies on the planet. However, the country is also the fourth-worst destination for an expat. (Reuters/Pawel Kopczynski)
#4. Brazil: The South American nation is not only a tourist heaven but also one of the fastest-growing economies on the planet. However, the country is also the fourth-worst destination for an expat. (Reuters/Pawel Kopczynski)
#5. Turkey: Another nation from the West Asian region to make it to the list is Turkey, occupying fifth position.
#5. Turkey: Another nation from the West Asian region to make it to the list is Turkey, occupying fifth position.
#6. India: While India may be trying to project itself as a global economic hub, it still has a long way to go when it comes to the treatment of the expat population.
#6. India: While India may be trying to project itself as a global economic hub, it still has a long way to go when it comes to the treatment of the expat population.
#7. The UK: The United Kingdom is one of the prime destinations for migrants from across the world but it isn't doing a particularly good job of treating them.
#7. The UK: The United Kingdom is one of the prime destinations for migrants from across the world but it isn't doing a particularly good job of treating them.
#8. Greece: From economic meltdown to becoming the epicentre of migrants from West Asia, Greece has seen everything. (AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris)
#8. Greece: From economic meltdown to becoming the epicentre of migrants from West Asia, Greece has seen everything. (AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris)
#9. Russia: While the country may be a favourite destination for students and personalities not aligned with western views, it is still a long way from becoming a welcoming place for expats. (REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov)
#9. Russia: While the country may be a favourite destination for students and personalities not aligned with western views, it is still a long way from becoming a welcoming place for expats. (REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov)
#10. South Korea: The economic powerhouse from the Far East isn't doing as good when it comes to the treatment of expats.
#10. South Korea: The economic powerhouse from the Far East isn't doing as good when it comes to the treatment of expats.
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