New Delhi: The weakening rupee has made four Indian cities, including New Delhi and Mumbai, cheaper for expatriates to live in, even as many Asian cities have turned expensive, says a Mercer survey.
Global HR services firm Mercer's survey of 214 cities worldwide has ranked Tokyo as the most expensive while Karachi is the least costly place for expatriates.
In the Mercer 'Worldwide Cost of Living Survey 2012', New Delhi has slipped to 113th position (from 85 in 2011) while Mumbai is at 114th place (from 95).
Bangalore and Kolkata dropped to 187th and 208th spots, respectively. These two cities were at 180th and 203rd positions, respectively, in 2011....more
06:39 PM, Jun 12, 2012