Decisions about where to live or do business are complex and filled with trade-offs. The 2018 edition of the Economist Intelligence Unit’s annual report on the cost of living around the world adds an accessible guide to the roster of resources. It clearly lays out rankings of major cities’ wallet-friendliness and identifies the important factors that determine living costs. getAbstract recommends it to executives charged with making corporate location choices and to those contemplating a move to another part of the world.
In this summary, you will learn
- Which cities are the most expensive for day-to-day living, and which ones are the cheapest;
- What broad factors affect the cost of living in urban centers around the world; and
- What trends will influence future price movements.
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1 year agoInteresting...and good to know
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