World's 5 Most Expensive Cities

Rank 1: Luanda
Luanda is the capital and the largest city of Angola.It has an excellent natural harbour; the chief exports are coffee, cotton, sugar, diamonds, iron, and salt.The city also has a thriving building industry, an effect of the nationwide economic boom experienced since 2002, when political stability returned with the end of the civil war.india vacation packages

Rank 2:Tokyo
Tokyo was originally a small fishing village named Edo.It is one of the three world finance 'command centres', along with New York City and London.Tokyo was rated by the Economist Intelligence Unit as the most expensive (highest cost-of-living) city in the world for 14 years in a row ending in 2006.The Tokyo Stock Exchange is Japan's largest stock exchange, and second largest in the world by market capitalisation.golden triangle tour

Rank 3: N'Djamena
The largest city in Chad, N'Djamena is a port city on the Chari River, near the confluence with the Logone River.It is a regional market for livestock, salt, dates, and grains.Meat, fish and cotton processing are the chief industries, and the city continues to serve as the centre of economic activity in Chad.bird watching tours in India

Rank 4: Moscow
The city is named after the river Moskva.Moscow is one of largest city economies in Europe and it comprises approximately 20 per cent of Russian gross domestic product.In 2006, Mercer Human Resources Consulting named Moscow as the world's most expensive city for expatriate employees, ahead of Tokyo.The Cherkizovskiy marketplace is the largest marketplace in Europe with daily turnover of about $30 million and about ten thousand sellers from different countries (including China, Turkey, Azerbaijan and India).Primary industries in Moscow include chemical, metallurgy, food, textile, furniture, energy production, software development and machinery.wildlife holidays in india

Rank 5: Geneva
Geneva's economy is mainly services oriented. The city has a finance sector, which specialises in private banking and financing of international trade. It is also an important centre of commodity trade.Watchmakers, Baume et Mercier, Charriol, Chopard, Franck Muller, Patek Philippe, Gallet, Jaeger-LeCoultre, Rolex, Raymond Weil, Omega, Vacheron Constantin, and international producers of flavours and fragrances, Firmenich and Givaudan, have their headquarters in Geneva.The Geneva Motor Show is one of the most important international auto-shows. The show is held at Palexpo, a giant convention centre located next to the International Airport.It is the second-most-populous city in Switzerland.places to visit in India

Rank 6: Osaka
Osaka literally means 'large hill' or 'large slope'.Historically, Osaka was the centre of commerce in Japan.However, many major companies have now moved their main offices to Tokyo. Panasonic, Sharp, Sanyo, video game maker Capcom are still headquartered in Osaka.The Osaka Securities Exchange specialises in derivatives such as Nikkei 225 futures.National Parks in India
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