Worldwide cost of living research reveals the most and least expensive places 

Mark Battersby
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New analysis amid the cost-of-living crisis around the world puts Malta in the five least expensive countries and the UK as costlier, though with many other places even more so.    The top 50 countries listing research, conducted by Clear Currency, found that there were over 20,000 internet searches in June related to moving abroad. It then analysed the cost of living (based on household services, food shopping and fuel) for the top 50 and ranked them in order of the cheapest. In the UK, the Consumer Price Index rose by 8.2% in the 12 months to June with the largest upward contributio...

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