Have you ever thought about relocating or retiring in Europe? This is always about the being more careful when considering which country to chose now.
Switzerland took a place on the CEO WORLD magazine’s list as the most expensive nation on the planet with a 122.4 cost-of-living index.
Following in the top five are Norway (101.43 cost of living index), Iceland (100.48) and Denmark (83). The list of top 20 also include Luxembourg in 7th place (81.89), Ireland 13th (75.91), France 14th (74.14), Netherlands 15th (73.75), and Belgium 18th (71.78).
Another six European countries appear between the 20th and 30th most expensive: Austria, Finland, Sweden, Malta, Italy and Germany.
The study collected and analyzed data from various prior reports, consumer price and cost of living indices to assess a wide range of living costs including transportation, clothing, accommodation, internet, utilities, groceries, taxis and eating out.
The following 10 countries land at 20 to 3o in order of the cost of living index: Austria (70.38) at 21, followed by Finland (70.29), Sweden (69.85), Canada (67,62), Puerto Rico (67.54), Malta (67.46), United Kingdom (67.28), Italy (67.26), Germany (65.26) and Macau (64.84).
“On the other side of the spectrum, the Islamic Republic of Pakistan is the world’s most affordable country to live in” Ceoworld Magazine writes, “followed by Afghanistan, India, Syria, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, and Tunisia.”
This is the complete list:
10. South Korea
11. Hong Kong
17. New Zealand
20. United States
25. Puerto Rico
27. United Kingdom