Whether you’re a tourist, expat or corporate manager in charge of far-flung operations, this twice-yearly survey from the Economist Intelligence Unit on the cost of living in world-class cities is required reading. The report’s research on more than 160 day-to-day expenditures reveals shifting patterns in the prices of food, housing, entertainment and other living expenses in major cities. getAbstract recommends this concise overview to financial and HR executives responsible for crafting employee compensation and relocation packages, as well as travel expense budgets.
In this summary, you will learn
- Which cities around the world have the highest and lowest costs of living in 2016, and
- What developments during 2016 could affect the cities’ standings.
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