Oslo is no longer the world’s most expensive city, just one of them. Despite Oslo’s still-high prices for a variety of goods and services, 12 other cities in world are even pricier, according to an annual rundown by The Economist magazine.
It ranked Oslo 13th on the list after Singapore, Zurich and Hong Kong , with the latter two sharing second-place. Next came Geneva, Paris, London and New York.
Copenhagen landed 8th-most-expensive and ranked also as the most expensive city in all the Nordic countries. Next came Oslo in 13th place, Helsinki in 17th, Reykjavik in 29th and Stockholm down in 42nd place.