30 December 2015

Tunisia World's Fourth Cheapest Country to Live in - Numbeo

Tunis — Tunisia was ranked 4th in the world among countries where the cost of living is the least expensive, according to price analysis platform Numbeo.

The ranking is based on crowd-sourced database of the prices of goods and services (restaurants, markets, transport and clothes....) around the world.

Tunisia was listed as the least expensive country in Africa after Algeria, while Ghana, Zimbabwe, Tanzania and Morocco are among the most expensive countries in Africa.

The cost of living in Tunisia is 57.67% lower than in the United States which was listed 24th in the ranking of least expensive countries.

Switzerland was listed as the most expensive country in the world ahead of Norway, Venezuela, Iceland, Denmark, Australia, New Zealand and Singapore.

As for Arab countries, Kuwait was ranked as the 9th most expensive country in the world, followed by Qatar (27), Lebanon (35), UAE (36), Saudi Arabia (76), Morocco (106) and Tunisia (116), then Pakistan, Nepal and India.


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