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UK has dropped 81 places in the Cost of Living ranking since the Brexit referendum, as the weakened post-referendum pound makes UK one of cheapest countries in Europe for international employees.
Hong Kong is the second most expensive location in Asia for expatriates to live, behind only Ashgabat, and sixth most expensive globally.
Singapore is now the 18th most expensive location in the world for expatriates, after dropping out of the top 20 in 2017.
UK professionals are expected to receive 0.8% real-terms salary increase in 2019, double the increase received in 2018 (0.4%)
Average real salary increase in Singapore forecast to be 2.6%, down from 2.9% in 2018, due to higher inflation
The average salary increase in Hong Kong is forecast to be only 1.9% above inflation in 2019
With Oktoberfest kicking off this September, the latest Cost Of Living data from ECA International reveals that UK revellers will be paying eight percent more per beer than last year.
Strength of euro secures 30 European cities in the top 100 most expensive in the world, up from only 12 last year.
Despite rising four places in ECA's global rankings, Singapore is still ranked lower than it was at its peak in 2016 when it featured at 18th in the ranking.
Hong Kong drops from second to eleventh in the cost of living rankings.