These are the 20 cheapest countries to live
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1. South Africa
If you live in a major city in South Africa like Cape Town, your monthly expenses could come under Rs 27,000. Rent for a typical one bedroom apartment averages to Rs 17,000. Groceries and consumer goods are also cheaper as compared to cities such New York.
South Africa is the world's largest producer of platinum, gold and chromium which complements the emerging economy and boosts the country's purchasing power.
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