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COLCulture of Lawfulness (various organizations)
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COLCustomer's Own Leather
COLCentre Oscar Lambret (French cancer center)
COLCheck Out Language
COLColor Palette
COLConnected Line Identity
COLComplex Objects Logical Language
COLComité Ouvrier du Logement (French: Housing Worker Committee)
COLCollege of Letters (Wesleyan University)
COLCombined Operating License
COLContingency Operating Location
COLCause Of Loss (insurance)
COLCooperative Oxford Laboratory (Maryland)
COLCouncil on Ocean Law
COLCentre Ornithologique Lorrain (French: Lorraine Ornithological Center; Lorraine, France)
COLComputer Oriented Language
COLCaldera Open Linux
COLCheck Off List
COLColors of Love (band)
COLCity of License (FCC)
COLCertificate of License
COLCommon Output Level (US DoD)
COLChuckle out Loud
COLCartridge Overall Length
COLCircle of Life Foundation
COLCarmel Olefins Ltd. (Israel)
COLCoastal Ocean Laboratory
COLCollege of Law of England and Wales
COLClose Operating Location (US Air Force)
COLConsortium for Open Learning
COLCombat Off Load
COLCommunications-Oriented Language
COLChain of Leadership and Management
COLCheckout Language (NASA)
COLContract Loan Program
COLCareer Opportunities List
COLClan Collision (Runescape game)
COLClap Out Loud
COLContracting Officer Letter
COLChip-On-Loadbeam technology
COLCustomer's Own Label (food production)
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Besides the US and its states, Cost of Living Reports offers reports on the cost of living across Europe, Africa, Asia, North America, South America, and Australia.
Exchange rates from that time and Mercer's international basket of goods and services from its Cost of Living Survey have been used as base measurements.
"The impact of high inflation and currency denominations is reflected in the average cost of living this year.
A June 2015 survey by Mercer's 21st Cost of Living also ranked Nairobi 104 out of 207, making it one of the most expensive cities.For the first time in the history of the Economist's survey, three cities Singapore, Hong Kong and Paris share the title of the world's most expensive cities.
Number two Raleigh presents a similar profile with an even lower cost of living and a mix of start-up companies and tech giants, such as IBM and Verizon, for tech workers to choose from.
According to Mercer's annual cost of living survey, Dubai and Abu Dhabi fell out of the world's top 25 most expensive cities.
The cost of living in UK cities rose significantly, according to the technology solutions firm's analysis of 209 cities, with London (19th), Birmingham (128th) and Aberdeen (134th) all climbing up the rankings.
The We Are Family Index takes into account maternity/paternity leave, cost of living, property prices and cost of childcare.
The Industry and Commerce Ministry said the Cost of Living Committee had recommended the Consumer Affairs Authority to increase the price of a 400 gram packet of full cream milk powder by Rs.20 and a kilo by Rs.50.
The report analysed average take home salary, average monthly mortgage repayment, cost of living, employment rates and business closures to determine the best and worst places to make a living.
The high cost of living, lack of jobs and hunger are the most critical issues Kenyans face, a survey released by Ipsos yesterday said.