We’ve always liked the Economist’s Big Mac Index. It’s an easily understandable and hunger-inducing guide to how purchasing power varies globally.
A recent UBS report takes it a step further, showing how much time it takes to earn the price of the famed double-decker in 73 cities: You’ll have lunch in about 12 minutes in Chicago or Tokyo, but if you’re in Jakarta or Nairobi, it takes more than two hours.
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