For Condé Nast Traveler, by Katherine LaGrave.
If you're looking to ditch your current country and try somewhere new, you'd be wise to click through all ten of these slides—unless money is a factor, of course. Based on Numbeo's cost of living survey, which tracks the price of some 50 items, including accommodations, food and drink from grocery stores and restaurants, clothing, transportation costs, internet, and leisure activities, the international relocations experts at MoveHub crunched the numbers from more than 120 nations and found that these were the most expensive countries and autonomous territories in the world. Counting down...
8. United Arab Emirates
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