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6 cities around the world where you can live on $1,000 or less per month

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

You can cover your rent and living expenses with $730 a month in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Numbeo said. Fabian Schmiedlechner/EyeEm/Getty Images
Soaring inflation is forcing many people to look for ways to reduce their expenses.
Some may even consider moving to cheaper parts of the world.
Insider has compiled a list of six cities where you can live for $1,000 or less per month.
This is an edited, translated version of an article that originally appeared on August 4, 2022. As the cost-of-living crisis sweeps the globe, many people may consider moving to cheaper parts of the world. Insider...
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