Where are the most expensive countries in Europe found? Scandinavia


Tuesday, 28 June 2011
Recent statistics show that Finland is Europe's fourth most expensive country. It is only Switzerland, Norway and Denmark, where it is more expensive to live.

The study is based on the overall price level of private consumption in various countries in Europe. Among the Nordic countries Norway and Denmark form a separate group - the price level exceeds the EU average by 40 percent. In Finland and Sweden are prices about 20 percent above average.

The cheapest Nordic countries are Iceland, where economic crisis has weakened price growth in the country.  The cheapest prices are found in Macedonia - this is a country where the price level is more than 50 percent below the EU average.

Of the countries in the euro zone, Finland is the most expensive.
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