For posted workers, the Romanian capital Bucharest is the ninth cheapest major city in the world, and the cheapest in Europe. Cheap rents, cigarettes and alcohol are just three of the factors in Bucharest’s favour, a city which is also by far the most livable of the cheapest 10 ranked by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) in its latest Worldwide Cost of Living survey, published on March 15.
Paul Wood, who runs a recruitment agency in the Romanian capital, tells Emerging Europe that the low cost of living makes getting foreigners to relocate to the city easier. “Undoubtedly Bucharest is affordable …read more
Source: Emerging Europe