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Dublin is 47th most expensive city for expats

Rental costs biggest factor in two-point hike in 2016

22nd June, 2016
Dublin has moved up the costliness rankings. Pic: Ireland's Content Pool

That's according to Mercer’s 22nd annual Cost of Living survey.

Dublin moves up the rankings for a third year running from 49th to 47th position and joins Paris (44) and Milan (50) as the only Eurozone cities in the top 50.

Other high-ranking European cities include Zurich (3), Geneva (8), Bern (13) and London (17).

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