Monthly Archives: April 2017

Europe Expat Cost of Living – April 2017

Zurich and Geneva are ranked as the first and second most expensive expat cities in Europe and the 4th and 5th most expensive cities in the world for expatriates. This is due primarily to the strong Swiss Franc as well … Continue reading

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Asia Pacific Expat Cost of Living – April 2017

Hong Kong is the overall most expensive ciy in Asia-Pacific and is the second most expensive city in the world (after Luanda), mainly due to the extremely high housing costs, as well as high cost of schooling and limited space … Continue reading

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2017 Africa Expat Cost of Living

Luanda is the most expensive city to live in the African region, and world-wide. The extremely costly safe expatriate accommodation, imported produce and costly international private schooling are among the main factors that have kept Launda at the top of … Continue reading

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April 2017 International Inflation Rates

The latest available inflation rate for all countries world wide (as available in April 2017): Afghanistan 4.1% (Feb 2017). Albania 2.2% (Feb 2017). Algeria 8.21% (Jan 2017). Angola 39.45% (Feb 2017). Anguilla 3.1% (2014 est). Antigua and Barbuda 1.4% (2012 … Continue reading

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April 2017 – International City Cost of Living for Expatriates

Luanda is the most expensive city in the world for an expatriate professional migrant to live in 2017, followed by Hong Kong and Singapore. The top ten most expensive cities in the world comprise two from Africa (Luanda (1); Kinshasa … Continue reading

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The Most Expensive Countries in the World for Expatriates – April 2017

Angola is the most expensive city in the world for expatriate professional migrants mainly because almost all international standard goods and services have to be imported and due to the lack of infrastructure there are price premiums due to demand … Continue reading

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