Monday, June 18, 2007

Toronto is the 82nd most expensive cities in the world!

A study by Mercer Human Resource Consulting indicates that Toronto is Canada's most expensive city, ranking 82nd place worldwide.

Mercer’s survey of more than 140 countries measures the comparative cost of more than 200 items in each location, including housing, transport, food, clothing, household goods and entertainment. For example, the most expensive fast-food hamburger in a leading city is to be found in Copenhagen while the cheapest is in Beijing. Moscow serves the most expensive cup of coffee , with the cheapest being found in Buenos Aires.

World's most expensive cities 2007
1. Moscow (Russia)
2. London (England)
3. Seoul (Korea)
4. Tokyo (Japan)
5. Hong Kong (China)
6. Copenhagen (Denmark)
7. Geneva (Switzerland)
8. Osaka (Japan) 大阪市
9. Zurich (Switzerland)
10. Oslo (Norway)
11. Milan (Italy)
12. St. Petersburg
13. Paris (France)
14. Singapore
15. New York City (US)
16. Dublin (Ireland)
17. Tel Aviv (Middle East)
18. Rome (Italy)
19. Vienna (Austria)
20. Beijing (China)
21. Sydney (Australia)
26. Shanghai (China)
60. Melbourne (Australia)
82. Toronto (Canada)
89. Vancouver (Canada)
92. Calgary (Canada)
99. Auckland (New Zealand)
109. Ottawa (Canada)
111. Wellington (New Zealand)

Mercer Human Resource Consulting survey
CNN Money

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