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UK cities fall dramatically in global rankings - Central London drops 57 places and out of top 100.
Manhattan drops nine places to fall out of global top 20 most expensive locations.
Tokyo retakes the global top spot for first time since 2012 - Japanese locations move back into global top 10 most expensive.
Hong Kong overtakes Shanghai in regional and global rankings.
Singapore closes gap with Hong Kong in global rankings - moving into 16th position this year.
Auckland more expensive than Sydney - first time since ECA's Cost of Living rankings began.
Nigerian locations have seen the largest fall in our September 2016 survey.
US forecast smaller real wage increases in 2017 than this year.
India overtakes China and Pakistan in regional and global rankings in 2017.
Real pay rises in the UK will be 0.3% on average in 2017.