The consulting firm Mercer has published a new edition of its famous ranking on the cost of living in the main cities of the world for expats. As usual, Hong Kong leads the list of the most expensive cities, although there are some changes in the top positions compared to previous editions.
The Spanish autonomous community, Andalusia, appears in this recent ranking complied by Bloomberg and shares this privilege with countries like Montenegro or Bolivia, with cities such as Cairo or states like Alaska.
The survey that the British bank HSBC carries out each year puts Spain in fourth place in the ranking of the best countries in the world to live and work in according to expats. Spain rises 10 positions in the list and manages to overtake New Zealand, which last year boasted second place.
Spain is much more than just tapas and flamenco. Its cuisine, climate and culture have made the country one of the world's top tourist destinations and the one in Europe where tourists spend the most money.
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