GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

Statistics About The Most Expensive Countries To Live In

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"Switzerland is considered to be the most expensive country to live in the world."

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"Norway has the highest cost of living index at 101.43."

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"Japan's Tokyo is one of the top 3 most expensive cities in the world to live in."

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"Bermuda has one of the highest costs of living in the world, with an average one-bedroom city center apartment costing $3,400 per month."

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"The cost of living in Australia is 9.91% higher than in the United States."

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"The average price of a loaf of bread in Switzerland is around CHF 2.43 ($2.68)."

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"To rent a one-bedroom apartment in the city center of Hong Kong, it costs around $2,061.39 per month."

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"The cost of living in Singapore is 30.54% higher than in the United States."

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"Living in Luxembourg costs 63.35% higher than in Spain."

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"Rent in Bahamas is 31.42% higher than in United States."

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"Belgium is ranked 22nd in the world for cost of living."

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"United Arab Emirates is 31.15% more expensive than the United States excluding rent."

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"France is ranked 25th as the most expensive country to live in."

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"In Canada, the cost of living is 8.16% higher than in United States excluding rent."

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