For comparison, the average price of coffee at a cafe in Hong Kong is US$5.21, while the same costs US$3.30 in Sydney. There is also a large disparity in the price of petrol between cities—in Hong Kong, a litre of petrol, on average, costs US$3.04. In New York, the second most expensive city in the world, it costs an average of US$1.24 per litre.
Other Asian cities such as Shanghai, Tokyo, Guangzhou and Seoul have also made it into the top ten.
The ten most expensive cities in the world, according to the report:
1. Hong Kong
2. New York
6. Tel Aviv
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