The 9 most expensive cities to live in around the world — and none are in Britain or the USA

LONDON — European cities surged to challenge their Asian counterparts as the most expensive places to live in the world, according to the Economist Intelligence Unit’s annual Cost of Living ranking, which was released on Thursday.

The report examines the world’s most and least expensive cities by comparing factors such as wages and the prices of more than 150 items  — including bread, wine, cigarettes, and unleaded petrol.

The cost of living in each city is

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