Pakistan is the cheapest country in the world to live in
Despite struggling with a weak economy, political tensions and rising inflation, Pakistan has been ranked first in the list of the cheapest countries in the world to live in.
The World Statistics Organization has ranked Pakistan at the top of the list of cheapest countries to live in, followed by Egypt at second and India at third. are
Pakistan has seen a decline in purchasing power in recent months due to the steadily rising dollar, with an index score of 18, Pakistan’s ranking reflects a very low cost of living compared to other nations.
The Sri Lankan rupee has beaten the Pakistani currency as the cheapest in South Asia
The Rent Index score is 3.4, which indicates the country’s affordability, Pakistan’s Grocery Index score is 15.4, Restaurant Price Index is 13.7 and Local Purchasing Power Index score is 24.4.
Other super-cheap countries include Egypt, India and Colombia, with Pakistan topping the list highlighting potential benefits for people seeking a low-cost lifestyle amid economic challenges, political unrest and inflation.
According to the list, Bermuda tops the list of the most expensive countries to live in, followed by Switzerland, the Cayman Islands and the Bahamas, which are known for their affluent lifestyle.