Jul21

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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