The World's Most Expensive Place to Buy a House

The priciest place in the world to buy property is the French Riviera. Bloomberg's Olivia Sterns has been discovering what you can get for your money.

Norges Bank's Olsen Says Housing Market Is `A Worry'
11:36 - Norges Bank Governor Oeystein Olsen speaks with Bloomberg's Jonas Cho Walsgard in Oslo after the central bank decided to keep its benchmark interest rate unchanged for a fourth meeting. (Source: Bloomberg)
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