The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) has released a list of the most expensive cities in the world.
The survey also looked at consumer purchasing power during the coronavirus in 133 cities around the world and measured prices in New York City to measure cities.
Expenditure on 138 products and services in 130 cities was compiled during the compilation of the list, including private education, social assistance, accommodation, clothing, rent, transportation, and other expenses.
According to The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), the Swiss city of Zurich, the French capital Paris and Hong Kong are jointly ranked as the most expensive cities in the world.
According to the report, Singapore is the fourth most expensive city in terms of housing, while the Israeli city of Tel Aviv is the fifth most expensive city on the same list.
In the EIU list, the Asian country of Japan, Osaka is the sixth most expensive city, while Switzerland’s Geneva is the 7th most expensive city and the American city of New York is the 8th most expensive city.
Copenhagen, Denmark is the 9th most expensive city and Los Angeles is the 10th most expensive city in the United States.
The Iranian city of Tehran is also ranked 79th in the list of most expensive cities after a 27-point increase.
According to the EUI, Asian cities Hong Kong and Singapore were the most expensive cities of last year, but this year the list has changed due to Corona.
It may be recalled that in the ranking of cheapest cities in the year 2019, Karachi was declared as the sixth cheapest city in the world.