Amber Chan

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    Born in Malaysia and educated in Hong Kong, Amber holds a Bachelor of Accounting and Finance from the University of Hong Kong. She is fluent in English, Mandarin, Cantonese, and Bahasa Malaysia. Amber joined AIRINC in 2017 and began as a cost-of-living surveyor. With the familiarity of data collection process, she then moved to the Analysis and Delivery team to facilitate client data projects and production. In her current role as a Client Engagement Manager, she has been serving clients across APAC, and is the client engagement lead for clients in Malaysia, Japan and Korea. Prior to joining AIRINC, she worked at PwC’s China Corporate Tax, providing tax compliance and consulting service to corporates in China and Hong Kong.

    Recent Posts

    News from the road: Latest event in Singapore

    Sep 20, 2022 @ 06:08 PM / by Amber Chan

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    On September 8th, AIRINC attended the Forum for Expatriate Management (FEM) APAC Summit at the Hotel Fort Canning in Singapore.

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    Housing Benchmark and Regular Update - Keys to stay competitive

    Sep 10, 2021 @ 10:44 AM / by Amber Chan

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    The COVID-19 pandemic inspired a trend of assignees working remotely and moving from downtown living spaces to more suburban areas.

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    Traveling with Public Transit Apps in Central Europe

    Oct 16, 2019 @ 06:10 AM / by Amber Chan

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    Language barriers are common on survey, but each year technology makes it easier to get around and collect cost of living survey information. While in Bratislava during my recent survey, I arrived at a transport ticket counter to find that none of the staff were able to speak English, but this wasn’t as much of an inconvenience as it would have been a few years ago.

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    How does Transportation in Buenos Aires Compare Globally?

    May 02, 2019 @ 07:44 PM / by Amber Chan

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    From Hong Kong to Banjul and everywhere in-between At home in Hong Kong, getting around the city is simple due to our modern subway. When traveling for survey, I get the opportunity to experience the wide spectrum of ease and difficulty found in the world’s transportation systems

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    Housing Market Snapshot: Rents in Bogota, Colombia on the Rise!

    Apr 11, 2019 @ 08:11 PM / by Amber Chan

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    The rental market is up in Bogota. The newly elected president’s tax cuts on corporations have led to more investment and more assignee arrivals, increasing demand for an already limited housing supply.

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    Uncertainty Looms, Opportunity Grows: Impact of BREXIT in the Netherlands

    Apr 10, 2019 @ 10:07 AM / by Amber Chan

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    The housing markets in the Dutch cities that I surveyed – Amsterdam, The Hague, and Rotterdam – are showing rapid growth with increased demand from new expatriate arrivals. While uncertainty looms, opportunity grows in the wake of change.

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    Algiers, Algeria: What to know about VAT and recent changes on tax and imports

    Oct 19, 2018 @ 10:00 AM / by Amber Chan

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    Value-added tax (VAT), known as “Taxe sur la valeur ajoutée (TVA)” in Algeria, is applied to most goods and services. Algeria’s Finance Act 2017 increased the standard rate from 17% to 19% in January 2018, and the reduced rate from 7% to 9%. The reduced rate applies to pharmaceutics, staple food items, and some services like construction and internet to name a few.

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    United Arab Emirates Housing: Availability up, prices down, VAT introduced

    Jul 09, 2018 @ 07:28 AM / by Amber Chan

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    Abu Dhabi and Dubai Rental Markets: In Abu Dhabi, limited economic growth has led to job cuts and fewer opportunities for incoming expatriates. Rents are dropping as new housing supply increases. The decrease in rents was most prominent for mid- to high-quality properties.

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