London: Not just Paris and Singapore, Tel Aviv is now the most pocketed city in the world. The Israeli capital, Tel Aviv, is five cities ahead of the previous year. Paris and Singapore are second on the list. Zurich and Hong Kong finished third and fourth, respectively. New York is in sixth place.
Paris, Zurich and Hong Kong shared the position of the most expensive city last year. Expensive countries are selected based on a survey by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU). Prices of goods and services in 173 cities U.S. The Cost of Living Index is a measure of the value of the dollar against the dollar. The value of the shekel, the national currency against the dollar, and rising prices for transportation and groceries have pushed Tel Aviv to the top of the list. It is also important to note that this year’s data was collected between August and September, when the goods were most valuable. Meanwhile, the Iranian capital, Tehran, was ranked 79th on the list, this time 29th.