How much does life in the most expensive cities of the world
Travels / / April 06, 2016
According to the survey, which is conducted by specialists Economist Intelligence Unit, revealed that the most expensive city in the world is Tokyo.Bread, if you translate the yen on the Russian currency will cost 271 rubles, a pack of cigarettes - to 167 rubles, gasoline - at 59. Economist analyzed the price range in ruble terms in the most cheapest and the most expensive city in the world.At the time of the rating compared to 160 400 in prices of services and products in the 131 th city in the world.Note that Moscow was not included in the top ten or the cheapest or the most expensive cities.
Researchers analyzed the prices of beverages, personal care, food, utilities, clothing, and tools to residents of a particular city spending on schools, babysitting services and entertainment.The basis they take the cost of living in New York (USA).
Here are the top ten most expensive cities in the first position - Tokyo, in second place - Osaka, then - Sydney, Oslo, Melbourne, Singapore, Zurich, Paris, Caracas and Geneva.Ten most cheap cities: Tehran, Jeddah, Panama, Colombo, Bucharest, Algiers, Kathmandu, New Delhi, Mumbai, Karachi.
With Rublev purse
In Tokyo, a kilo of bread would have to pay a little more than 9 dollars.If converted to Russian currency, it will be 271 rubles.A pack of cigarettes costs 5.57 dollars - 166 rubles.One bottle of wine (0.75) in the Japanese capital will cost 15.95 dollars, that is 477 rubles.For a liter of gasoline in Tokyo must pay nearly $ 2, or 60 Russian rubles.
Osaka bread costs about $ 8 (237 rubles), cigarettes - 5.57 dollars (166 rubles), for the wine you have to pay 17.56 dollars (525 rubles).The cost of gasoline is 1.96 dollars per liter (58.6 rubles).
Sydney (Australia) a kilogram of bread costs $ 5 (150 rubles), a pack of cigarettes 15.48 dollars (463 rubles).The wine will cost much more expensive than in Osaka and Tokyo - 25.38 dollars per bottle (759.4 rubles).A liter of gasoline - $ 1.5 (about 45 rubles).In most
a cheap city in the world - Karachi (Pakistan), bread will cost $ 1.76, or 52.66 rubles, a pack of cigarettes costs 1.74 dollars (51.7 rubles) for a bottle of wine you have to pay 14.79 dollars ie442.5 rubles.Petrol will cost 1.23 dollars per liter (36.8 Russian rubles).
In the ranking of leading Asians, Australians have to catch
This year, the capital of Japan was once again the most expensive city in the world.Recall that in the past the first line in the ranking of Zurich.In total, Asian cities are leaders in the twenty most expensive.But only ten years ago, the balance is tilting in the direction of Europe.Compiled by ranking note that the growing cost of living in Australian cities.This is due to currency fluctuations, rapid economic growth and inflation.