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      BAR industry stats

      This week, the British Association of Removers (BAR) has published an annual review of removals industry statistics that compares data for 2010 and 2011 based on surveys completed by its member companies.

      Moves to European countries

      Total moves to European countries in 2011, compared with 2010 by month, saw an overall increase of 5.23%

      BAR members identified the top European removal destination for 2010 and 2011 as France. Spain was the second-most-popular destination for 2010 and 2011, and Germany was the third-most-popular destination for both years.


      Moves to overseas (non-European) countries


      Total moves to overseas (non-European) countries in 2011, compared with 2010 by month, saw an overall slight decrease of 0.16%,

      BAR members identified the top overseas (non-European) removal destination for 2010 as Australia, followed by the USA, and then New Zealand.

      The top non-European removal destination for 2011 was New Zealand, followed by USA, and then Australia.
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      I never thought Germany would be up there,, not sure why ,just didnt..

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      I'd have thought in the past that somewhere like Portugal may be third, but maybe because a lot of the European counties are doing it tough (to coin an Aussie expression), Germany's sneaked up there because it's economy is so strong, better job prospects maybe?

     

     
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