Oslo, Zurich and Geneva (in that order) are the world’s three most expensive cities, according to the latest edition of UBS’ Prices and Earnings Survey. Barcelona, the most expensive city in Spain, occupies 25th place, with Madrid trailing slightly, in 30th spot.
At the other end of the scale, Mumbai leapfrogged 73 cities to claim the “cheapest global city” title.
The study is based on a selected basket of 122 goods and services including clothes, transport, restaurants, hotels, electrical appliances and real estate rents.
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