Mumbai has beaten New Delhi to become India’s most expensive city for expatriates to live in, according to the latest global survey released by consulting firm Mercer. This was reported by Mint.
Luanda, Angola has overtaken Tokyo to become the most expensive city in the world for expatiates, the survey found. Although European cities dominate the world’s costliest locations for expatriates, several Asian cities also figure among the top 10. The survey covers 214 cities across five continents.
Tokyo is ranked third, Singapore fifth and Hong Kong the sixth most expensive city, according to the survey that looks at cost of transportation, accommodation, food, clothing and household goods in each of these cities.
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