Kamis, 14 Juni 2012
So Tokyo City With World's Most Expensive Living Costs
Tokyo has shifted Luanda, Angola as the city with the world's most expensive living costs for expatriates, which is caused by higher interest rates because of the devastating earthquake last year.
Based on the cost of living annual report released by the consultant from the United States (U.S.), Mercer today's show, when some cities in Japan has increased the cost of living in line with the strengthening of the Yen against the U.S. dollar.
Two other cities that get into the top 10 most expensive living costs in the world is, Osaka and Nagoya ranked third in the ranking of tenth. Meanwhile Elsewhere, Luanda down to second, fourth and Geneva Moscom is ranked fifth.
Research itself has conducted a survey of 214 cities around the world, the analysis has been conducted since March 2011 until March 2012.
"We compared the cost of the location of 200 items, including shelter, transportation, food, clothing, household goods and entertainment," said Senior Research Nathalie Constantin-Metral in a video on his website.
The survey was conducted from New York, where the city also has decreased the cost of living, and now is ranked thirty-third.
According to published results, there are many cities in Europe which has decreased the cost of living for expatriates, as the financial crisis that occurred in the Blue Continent. London fell to 25, and Paris fell from number 10 to 37.
Many countries in Europe are affected by the crisis, including Greece, Italy and Spain also experienced a decline in the price of car rental. In Italy, Milan fell into the rank-13, and Rome fell from rank 8 to number 42.
Meanwhile, in contrast to Europe, many cities in Asia and America experienced a rise in living costs in line with the strengthening of local currencies, and the cost of living increase to the highest item to the rise in cost of living in all cities.
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