Where Expats Spend the Most

Turns out that a new study finds only a few cities abroad are more expensive than New York

For U.S. executives working overseas, the priciest places to live are Seoul, Tokyo, Moscow, Singapore, and London. That's the finding of Runzheimer International's latest survey of living costs around the globe, based on the needs of a middle-class U.S. family.

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