Friday, December 16, 2016

Working abroad? This city is the most expensive


    MANILA -- Tokyo has regained the title of most expensive city for expatriate workers, according to the Employment Conditions Abroad think-tank.
    Four of the costliest cities for foreign workers are in Japan. Yokohama placed fifth, Yokohama was seventh and Osaka was in ninth place.
    Luanda in the oil-rich African country of Angola was the second most expensive, followed by Zurich, the most expensive city in Europe.
    A weaker pound, following Britain's decision to leave the European Union, has made the cost of living in London cheaper, with the city falling out of the 100 most expensive in then world.
    London is now more inexpensive compared to Paris, Berlin and Brussels.
    Here are the most expensive cities in the world for expatriates according to ECA's 2016 study:
    1. Tokyo
    2. Luanda
    3. Zurich
    4. Geneva
    5. Yokohama
    6. Basel
    7. Nagoya
    8. Bern
    9. Osaka
    10. Kinshasa (Democratic Republic of the Congo)
    11. Hong Kong
    12. Seoul
    13. Shanghai
    14. Oslo
    15. Beijing
    16. Singapore
    17. Busan
    18. Tashkent (Uzbekistan)
    19. Tel Aviv
    20. Stavanger (Norway)
    Here are the most expensive cities for expatriates in Asia:
    1. Tokyo
    2. Yokohama
    3. Nagoya
    4. Osaka
    5. Hong Kong
    6. Seoul
    7. Shanghai
    8. Beijing
    9. Singapore
    10. Busan
    11. Guangzhou
    12. Ulsan
    13. Macau
    14. Shenzen
    15. Taipei
    16. Dalian
    17. Chengdu
    18. Nanjing
    19. Suzhou
    20. Tianjin

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