Bankers considering a career abroad might want to take a look at the latest survey of prices and earnings in 56 cities around the world conducted by Union Bank of Switzerland.

Tokyo, Oslo, Zurich, Singapore, and London were the most expensive cities in the world to live in. Johannesburg, Prague, Istanbul, and Bombay, India, were the least expensive.

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