The most expensive EU countries

European Union Official statistical department Eurostat has published research of consumer expenses in EU member states following the results of 2008. In calculation cost of a foodstuff, alcohol, tobacco, household electronics, personal transport, habitation and residing rent in EU hotels was considered.
Denmark, where expenses households exceeded an average level on 41 %, has become the most expensive EU country. Ireland (here the same parameter makes 27%) is on the second place; Finland (25%) is on the third place. Luxembourg and Sweden (16 and 14 %, accordingly) close the five.
Besides, Belgium and France (+11 % concerning an average EU level), Italy and Austria (+5 %), Germany (+4 %) and the Netherlands (+3 %) have got to the list of the most expensive EU countries.
Bulgaria, Romania, Lithuania and Poland became the cheapest EU countries.

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