Cities in world with the most expensive living cost

ECA has released data of 10 cities in the world who have the highest living expenses for the year 2010. There are some changes to positions for the most expensive cities. This is the city data with the most expensive cost of living, ECA version.

1. Tokyo, Japan

Tokyo, one of cities with high living cost
Tokyo city views

Tokyo is the capital of Japan. Since the beginning of this city became the center of the country’s economic development after the second world war. Development of the Japanese economy is not presumed would be one of the major economic power in the world. The stronger Japanese economy, the more rapid economic development in the city of Tokyo. The impact is, delivering Tokyo as the city with the world’s most expensive living costs, ECA version. In a survey conducted earlier, the Tokyo station is the top for the most expensive city in the world, since 2005.

The following is data collected by ECA, so Tokyo is called as the city with the world’s most expensive living costs. These are costs that must be paid when someone living in Tokyo.
Breakfast and lunch at the restaurant = U.S. $ 18
Beer cans (wholesale price) = U.S. $ 3.37
1 kg rice = U.S. $ 8.47
1 kg of eggs = U.S. $ 3.78
Cinema ticket prices = U.S. $ 22
Washer Price = U.S. $ 879

2. Oslo, Norway

Oslo, one of most expensive city
Oslo the expensive city

Apparently living in the capital of the Kingdom of Norway also costly. Oslo ranked as the second most expensive city in the world version of ECA International. Based on the analysis, Oslo became the most expensive city for the country’s currency. Korner is the currency which is very tough in dealing with foreign currency. Previously, Oslo only ranked 8th in 2009, as the city with the world’s most expensive living costs. However, for 2010, its ranking rose to number two.

These data provided by the ECA:
Breakfast and lunch at the restaurant = U.S. $ 43
Beer cans (wholesale price) = U.S. $ 4.71
1 kg rice = U.S. $ 5.66
1 kg of eggs = U.S. $ 6.72
Cinema ticket prices = $ 16
Washer Price = U.S. $ 879

3. Luanda, Angola

Luanda, one of most expensive city
Food expensive in Luanda

When the two cities mentioned previously strong economy is central to the development of the world, then vice versa with this third city. Luanda, Angola’s capital, has increased prices because the country’s inflation rate is so severe. That’s what causes the cost of living in Luanda so high.

The data collected by ECA are as follows:
Breakfast and lunch at the restaurant = U.S. $ 47
Beer cans (wholesale price) = U.S. $ 1.62
1 kg rice = U.S. $ 4.73
1 kg of eggs = U.S. $ 4.75
Cinema ticket prices = U.S. $ 13
Washer Price = U.S. $ 912

4. Nagoya, Japan

The average cost of living in Japan is expensive, so do not be surprised if Japanese cities dominate the list of most expensive cities in the world this year. In order to four is the city of Nagoya. This city is actually the 4th largest city in Japan. Because it is so expensive cost of living here, the price of 1kg of rice could reach U.S. $ 9.14. The city is so vital for Japan’s economy, because in the city where 44 percent of the world automotive industry is located. Call it world famous brand of automotive companies, such as Honda, Toyota, Mitsubishi, Suzuki, General Motors and Volkswagen.

This is a list of prices for some needs, which is the standard price of the city of Nagoya, for 2010:
Breakfast and lunch at the restaurant = U.S. $ 19
Beer cans (wholesale price) = U.S. $ 3.08
1 kg rice = U.S. $ 9.14
1 kg of eggs = U.S. $ 4.75
Cinema ticket prices = U.S. $ 13
Washer Price = U.S. $ 621

5. Yokohama, Japan

City of Yokohama, located not far from the city of Tokyo. Yokohama is Japan’s busiest port city. In addition, this city was the center of the development of biotechnology and semiconductor industries. For the people of Japan, Yokohama including the most expensive city to live. But for some companies were not so, because they like the Yokohama strategic position, because it close to the capital, Tokyo. So to count the economic, transportation costs become sufficiently low.

Examples of prices needs to live in the city of Yokohama:
Breakfast and lunch at the restaurant = U.S. $ 17.39
Beer cans (wholesale price) = U.S. $ 3.26
1 kg rice = U.S. $ 6.54
1 kg of eggs = U.S. $ 3.72
Cinema ticket prices = U.S. $ 13
Washer Price = U.S. $ 630

6. Stavanger, Norway

STAVANGER, one of most expensive city
Stavanger, petroleum museum

City Stavanger is, the city center of petroleum, the Norwegian state. This city is the city with the second most expensive living costs, after Oslo, the Norwegian state. Fee required city residents for food, reach 50 percent higher than the average needs of the city in the European Union. For example to buy a can of soda, Stravanger community must reach the wallets of U.S. $ 2.80, and for a can of beer price is U.S. $ 12

This is the price data of other necessities of life in the city of Stavanger, which starting expensive.
Breakfast and lunch at the restaurant = U.S. $ 17.39
Beer cans (wholesale price) = U.S. $ 4.76
1 kg rice = U.S. $ 5.71
1 kg of eggs = U.S. $ 3.72
Cinema ticket prices = U.S. $ 13
Washer Price = U.S. $ 630

7. Kobe, Japan

The city’s most expensive number 7th is Kobe, Japan. The city is also one of the largest ports in Japan. In this city grow heavy machinery industry, iron and steel, also food industries. According to the Japan External Trade Organization, 117 foreign companies and affiliates of foreign companies, headquartered in Kobe. Kobe is also famous for its production of quality meat.

List the cost of living in the city of Kobe, according to ECA International:
Breakfast and lunch at the restaurant = U.S. $ 16
Beer cans (wholesale price) = U.S. $ 3.09
1 kg rice = U.S. $ 8.57
1 kg of eggs = U.S. $ 2.81
Cinema ticket price = $ 20
Washer Price = U.S. $ 470

8. Copenhagen, Denmark

Copenhagen, one of most expensive city
Copenhagen city

According to a survey conducted in 2008 by UBS, Copenhagen was named the city with the highest employee income. But also balanced by the higher cost of living in the city. However, overall community in the city does have a high standard of living. For example, to hire a DVD people should pay $ 8 per night, certainly a very high standard price. As for buying one of jeans valued at $ 150.

This is the list price in the city of Copenhagen is expensive according to ECA International:
Breakfast and lunch at the restaurant = U.S. $ 36
Beer cans (wholesale price) = U.S. $ 2.10
1 kg rice = U.S. $ 4.85
1 kg of eggs = U.S. $ 6.99
Cinema ticket price = $ 20
Washer Price = U.S. $ 1.196

9. Geneva, Switzerland

Geneva is known for the international community, because it is a city where a number of companies and the UN organization headquarters is located. Therefore, the price of food in Switzerland 45 per cent more expensive than other cities in Western Europe. Not only that, the price of electronics and applications in Geneva is the most expensive in the world.

Here’s another price data collected by ECA International:
Breakfast and lunch at the restaurant = U.S. $ 30
Beer cans (wholesale price) = U.S. $ 2.02
1 kg rice = U.S. $ 3.81
1 kg of eggs = U.S. $ 7.64
Cinema ticket prices = U.S. $ 16
Washer Price = U.S. $ 1.196

10. Zurich, Switzerland

Zurich, one of most expensive city
Zurich, beauty and expensive city

It is the largest city in Switzerland, Zurich. This city is a business center. Some of the world’s largest financial services company located in the city. Although a few years ago many companies went bankrupt, but the economy in Zurich was able to rise from adversity, so that the cost of living in this city had become expensive in accordance with the improving economy.

The prices collected by ECA International is as follows:
Breakfast and lunch at the restaurant = U.S. $ 25
Beer cans (wholesale price) = U.S. $ 2.01
1 kg rice = U.S. $ 3.36
1 kg of eggs = U.S. $ 5.81
Cinema ticket prices = U.S. $ 16
Washer Price = U.S. $ 974

That list of 10 cities in the world who have the most expensive cost of living for 2010. On average the city is located in countries with economies that are very good, except Luanda. Apparently income residents in the city also is fairly high, so that people in the city also still be alive although the price needs that are all very expensive.

 

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