Tel Aviv overtakes Paris, Singapore to become world’s most expensive city • FRANCE 24 English

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Israeli musician Shir Meir lives in a Tel Aviv hostel room with three friends, sharing a kitchen and bathroom with others as they struggle to get by in the world’s most expensive city.

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