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UBS Prices and Earnings 2015 study: Zurich, Geneva and New York City are the most expensive cities in the world - Global VersionZurich and Geneva are also in the top three cities for wages and purchasing power. Kiev, Nairobi and Jakarta are the bottom three. Workers in Hong Kong work four hours more a day than those in Paris. Earners pay the highest income tax in Copenhagen – 45% on average. Food costs 4.5 times more in Zurich than in Kiev. Haircuts are priciest in Oslo.
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