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The world's most expensive cities to live in revealed

Lovemoney Logo By Anna Tobin of Lovemoney | Slide 1 of 30: <p>The CBRE's latest Global Living Residential Report collates the cost of living in the world's major cities. It looks at the cost of: a meal for two in a mid-range restaurant; a regular cappuccino; a gallon of milk; a cinema ticket for an international release; a monthly fitness club membership; a gallon of gasoline/petrol; utility fees for electricity, heating, water and garbage for a 915 square foot apartment; a local transport ticket; a 1km taxi journey; and a pair of jeans. We've crunched these numbers to reveal which cities cost the most to live in. </p>

These cities have the highest cost of living

The CBRE's latest Global Living Residential Report collates the cost of living in the world's major cities. It looks at the cost of: a meal for two in a mid-range restaurant; a regular cappuccino; a gallon of milk; a cinema ticket for an international release; a monthly fitness club membership; a gallon of gasoline/petrol; utility fees for electricity, heating, water and garbage for a 915 square foot apartment; a local transport ticket; a 1km taxi journey; and a pair of jeans. We've crunched these numbers to reveal which cities cost the most to live in.

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