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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.

Dublin is now the 72nd most expensive city in the world, overtaking the likes of Abu Dhabi and Silicon Valley.


Cost of pay packages for expatriates in the UK has fallen dramatically

The cost of employing expatriates in Singapore is significantly cheaper than a year ago

- Expatriate pay and benefit packages rise in Hong Kong, despite salaries falling - Japan becomes the most expensive place to employ expatriates globally  - India overtakes China to become second in the regional rankings  


ECA International has made a significant strategic investment in the multi award-winning business travel app - Global Tracker.

Geneva is the most expensive city in Europe for the fourth year in a row, as Swiss cities dominate the top ten London drops three places this year, down to the sixth most expensive city in Europe for business travel UK cities all drop down the rankings compared to last year  

Singapore now the joint third most expensive location in Asia for a business trip Hong Kong is the most expensive location in Asia for business travel Malaysian cities continue to be the cheapest locations for business travel

- New York City remains the most expensive city in the world to visit for business- A typical business trip to New York would cost an average of USD 793 per day- Two American cities and two Caribbean cities make the global top ten