April 20, 2013

How much goods cost around the world


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via Visual.ly by rpsusfunds on 4/3/13

According to its study, if I wanted to buy Apple's iPhone in Europe, it would've cost me $845; filling a car with a liter of petrol would cost over $1 more than it does in the U.S. A pair of Levis is nearly double the price than the same pair in New York City. On multiple measures, New York City offers more for your money compared to Paris, Sao Paolo or Tokyo.


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