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Apples and durian

5 March 2014 By Andy Mukherjee

A survey that labelled the city-state the world’s costliest place to live suffers from a flawed methodology. Measuring the price of bread or petrol in U.S. dollars is not the right comparison. Consumers care about quality of life – in the currency in which they earn their living.

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