BBC Russell Newlove: “Why expat Americans are giving up their passports”

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/35383435

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International Tax Blog “New Expatriate Record for 2015: Nearly 4300 Expatriations”

http://intltax.typepad.com/intltax_blog/2016/02/new-expatriate-record-2015-nearly-4300-expatriations.html

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Professor Allison Christians, McGill University, Montreal “No soloution goes far enough exept the repeal of Citizenship Bases Taxation.”

http://isaacbrocksociety.ca/2015/11/20/allison-christian-interview-on-tax-notes/comment-page-1/

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Cocktail with RNC Chair Reince Priebus and Anti-FATCA lawyer James Bopp Jr

US Republican party chair Reince Priebus will be visiting Hong Kong on October 12th along with constitutional lawyer James Bopp, Jr.. Please join us for a cocktail event at 6pm at the China Club to hear more about the 2016 election, the lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of FATCA, and to network with fellow Republicans supporting the causes of Americans and American business in Hong Kong.

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3 December 2012

Allow me to thank Ambassador Frank Lavin, and former Chairs Don Meyer and Chris Exline for acting as the steering committee to nominate the new slate of directors for Republicans Overseas Hong Kong. It testifies to the strength of our membership that they would devote the time and effort to selecting the leaders to take Republicans Overseas Hong Kong forward in the coming years. At the AGM in December the membership elected the board comprising myself (as Chairman), Jim Gosart, Alan Seigrist, Aaron Goach and Ross Feingold.

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3 December 2012

Allow me to thank Ambassador Frank Lavin, and former Chairs Don Meyer and Chris Exline for acting as the steering committee to nominate the new slate of directors for Republicans Overseas Hong Kong. It testifies to the strength of our membership that they would devote the time and effort to selecting the leaders to take Republicans Overseas Hong Kong forward in the coming years. At the AGM in December the membership elected the board comprising myself (as Chairman), Jim Gosart, Alan Seigrist, Aaron Goach and Ross Feingold.

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19 March 2013

This morning Chairman Priebus announced the recommendations from the Growth and Opportunity Project at the National Press Club. The text of the Chairman’s speech as well as a list of specific action items that the RNC is moving forward with per the Growth and Opportunity Project’s recommendations

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19 February 2013

On Feb 5th and 6th I was in Washington DC and met with various Republican leaders, Republican fundraisers and Republican foreign policy experts to discuss the current state of the party, how it can be improved, how we in Hong Kong can assist and how we Republicans in Hong Kong can keep up our connection with the party. At each of these various meetings I handed out the attached document entitled “A Few Proposals for Consideration” which I had crafted together with many of you after the horrible November defeat.

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24 September 2013

On Thursday, September 19, 2013 we held our quarterly update call with Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy. He was joined on this call by Congressman Mac Thornberry, vice chairman of the House Armed Services Committee and Diane Black, Congressman from Tennessee that sits on the Ways and Means Committee. The call was very timely in light of the upcoming debates on the continuing resolution to fund the government, the upcoming need to raise the debt ceiling and the continuing crisis in Syria.

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