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Hong Kong, Singapore and Osaka have just been ranked as the world's most expensive cities to live in.
But this may not be the case after the full impact of the coronavirus pandemic takes its toll.
Cities that get a large part of their income from tourism could become cheaper as their economies shrink and prices are driven down.
This is one of the predictions made by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), which tracks living costs globally.
Its Worldwide Cost of Living Survey for 2020 was compiled in November 2019, before the coronavirus became a pandemic. It's next survey could look very different.
Confrontations over Russia's actions didn't appear to get in the way of jokes, photo ops and dinner with the host.