Located in the north of the African continent, Chad is bordered by Niger, Nigeria, Libya and Sudan, with a population of almost 12 million people. After having been colonized by France, Chad gained independence in 1960, becoming an oil producing nation by 2003.

The geography of Chad includes a desert zone in the north, a dry belt in the centre and a more fertile zone in the south. Lake Chad, after which the country is named, is the largest wetland in Chad and the second-largest in Africa. The capital is N’Djamena which is also the largest city. Official languages are Arabic and French and most people identify as Muslim (at 55%), followed by Christianity (at 40%).

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In Portugal, employers are not required to provide medical insurance. Instead, Portugal has universal health care coverage through the public health service, Serviço Nacional de Saúde (SNS). #Portugal #ComplianceUpdates #GlobalCompliance #GlobalPeopleStrategist

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Employment Law Changes in Europe
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GPS covers the specifics of each country's system for taxing employee compensation and benefits.

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Labor Codes in France
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