According to the latest ranking of the business magazine, CEOWORLD, Morocco is on the list of the cheapest countries to live in.
Morocco ranks 104ᵉ out of 132 countries, making it one of the cheapest countries to live in. Turkey (102ᵉ), Algeria (119ᵉ) and Egypt (121ᵉ) are also all among the cheapest countries to live in.
According to CEOWORLD, India, at the bottom of the ranking, is the cheapest country to live in, followed by Afghanistan (131ᵉ). Conversely, Switzerland is the most expensive country to live in, followed by Norway (2ᵉ), Iceland (3ᵉ), Japan (4ᵉ) and Denmark (5ᵉ). France ranks at 14ᵉ ahead of the Netherlands (15ᵉ), Belgium (18ᵉ), the United States (20ᵉ) and Canada (24).
The magazine’s ranking assesses the cost of living in 132 countries. It involved the collection and analysis of data from national and international studies, indexes and reports, including consideration of cost-of-living indicators such as accommodation, shopping, and transportation.