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Tel Aviv Ranked Ninth Most Expensive City in the World

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A view of the Tel Aviv skyline. Photo: LaMèreVeille via Wikimedia Commons.

JNS.org – Israel’s Tel Aviv has been ranked the ninth most expensive city in the world.

The White City’s cost of living skyrocketed from the 34th most expensive city, a distinction it held just five years ago, according to the Economist’s Intelligence Unit annual report.

Singapore was dubbed the world’s priciest city, followed by Paris, Zurich, Hong Kong and Oslo. Tel Aviv is the most expensive city in the Middle East. Asia was home to four of the 10 most expensive cities in the ranking, with New York and Los Angeles falling to 13th and 14th respectively, due in part to the weakening of the US dollar.

The Israeli shekel’s appreciation has driven up consumer costs across the board, according to the 2018 Worldwide Cost of Living Survey published on Thursday.

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