Wednesday, April 02, 2008

Cost of Living

OSLO is the priciest city in the world to live in according to The Economist. In its latest twice-yearly index of over 130 cities, in which 160 items are assessed, Norway's capital has been the costliest since 2005, when it toppled Tokyo from the top spot. European cities dominate the list, reflecting the weakness of the dollar. New York is still the most expensive city outside of Europe or Asia, but it has slipped from 28th to 39th in a year. Relocating to Latin America or India would get you a lot more for your buck.


At 4/02/2008 10:37 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

New York number 39. Who would have ever thought New York would look cheap? It does on this list.

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