Africa is part of the world with the largest proportion of the poor. As a result, the cost and quality of life are of paramount importance. The Mercer cabinet has published the results of its study on the most expensive African cities in 2019. In the ranking, the Chadian capital, Ndjamena, comes first.
Mercer is the leading provider of data on the cost of living and housing for employees sent to work abroad. As part of the ongoing research, Mercer released the annual rankings of the cost of living in more than 200 of the most prevalent assignment destinations for expatriate employees.
The rankings demonstrate how currency fluctuation and shifts in the prices of goods and services can affect the purchasing power of expatriate employees.
Multinational companies rely on Mercer for timely and accurate information to compensate their skilled professionals who take on international assignments.
Discover below, the Top 20
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