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Ireland’s housing failures are shared by many countries 

Irish Independent 03 Jun 2021
You don’t have to go as far as Korea to find a city other than Dublin that has a housing crisis and soaring rents. Most cities in western Europe are packed with young people on low incomes for whom making the rent is an issue ... In Lisbon rents more than doubled during that period.
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The Latest: Biden's 'month of action' for more shots in arms

Caledonian Record 02 Jun 2021
——— ... Teen mistakenly stumbles into an Airbnb rented by cops ... COPENHAGEN, DenmarkOfficials in the Norwegian capital of Oslo have decided to temporarily suspend the traditional celebrations for high school seniors who drive around in buses and drink, after at least 540 people are quarantined because of a coronavirus outbreak tied to the festivities.
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Taiwan was named the best place to live for expats. Here's what 7 expats said ...

Business Insider 29 May 2021
The average monthly rent for a three-bedroom apartment in Taipei's expat neighborhoods reached $3,656 last year, according to a report from consultancy firm ECA International ... In Copenhagen, where she lived before Taipei, she paid $300 more in monthly rent for a much smaller room.
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Affordable Rental Housing: Making it Part of Europe’s Recovery

International Monetary Fund 26 May 2021
Many people who rent work more frequently in contact-intensive industries, generally have lower access to telework or were in the early stages of their careers with less secure jobs ... A typical young family used nearly one-third of their earnings for rent ... And in Lisbon rents more than doubled during that period.
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Debenhams closing down sale to lead the way when retail reopens

Belfast Telegraph 16 Apr 2021
Retail in Belfast will bounce back after reopening on April 30, it has been predicted - with Debenhams leading the way with its closing down sale ... However, retailer Flying Tiger Copenhagen in Castle Lane has said it is not going to reopen, claiming its landlord would not allow it to pay a lower rent based on turnover ... .
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Debenhams closing down sale in Belfast to lead the way when retail reopens across Northern Ireland

Belfast Telegraph 16 Apr 2021
Retail in Belfast will bounce back after reopening on April 30, it has been predicted - with Debenhams leading the way with its closing down sale ... However, retailer Flying Tiger Copenhagen in Castle Lane has said it is not going to reopen, claiming its landlord would not allow it to pay a lower rent based on turnover ... .
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Meet the DC entrepreneur who’s launched electric picnic boat rentals at The Wharf

Wtop 14 Apr 2021
For as little as $150, you can rent an electric-powered Scandinavian-designed picnic boat, large enough for eight passengers, at The Wharf Marina, and no boating license is required ... “I saw this little boat sitting on the water in Malmo and it said, ‘Rent me,’ and it looked like a lot of fun, so I rented it.
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The two-step solution to our housing crisis – cut costs and build more, simple as that

Irish Independent 01 Apr 2021
The Dublin rent was reported at $2,318 per month in 2018. In Paris, rent was 23pc more ... In Copenhagen rents were 19pc lower; Amsterdam, 26pc lower; Brussels, 34pc lower; Rome, 40pc lower; Frankfurt, 31pc lower; Berlin, 50pc lower; Lisbon, 47pc lower; Barcelona, 35pc lower and Warsaw, 64pc lower.
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