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  • Editor’s Picks / 20 hours ago

    Expats live the high life in Asia, right? Think again

    Nikkei Asian Review
    Professionals offered the chance to live and work in Asia should think long and hard before making the move. For instance, Singapore is the most expensive city to live in worldwide, according to an Economist Intelligence Unit survey. High costs for clothing and cars keep the city state on top of the list of expensive cities. Singapore and Seoul residents pay the most in the world for clothes. In fact, clothing prices in Singapore's Orchard Road malls are over 50% higher than in New York. Grocery prices are much higher in Seoul and Tokyo than in New York – they are 49% and 43% more expensive respectively. Suddenly the switch to Asia may not look that appealing after all.
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