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Best country in Europe for expat

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My husband is pursuing the opportunity to do a 2 year internationl rotation with his Big 4 Accounting firm. The coordinator for this program has asked him to provide a list of countries where we are willing to move. We do not speak any other languages so we need to go somewhere we don't need to be fluent (we'll take some crash courses to learn some basics before we go so we can learn). We're really open to anything...in your opinion (or experience) what is the best country for an expat??

I'll also add that his salary will be adjusted for cost of living.

Finally, is it true I probably won't be able to get a Visa and work? And is it also true that we won't be able to bring our family dog (this is strange to me).

Thanks in advance!!

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