Thursday, 22 August 2019

Where is Croatia on the Big Mac Index?

By  Apr 09, 2019

The cost of a Big Mac in Croatia is twice the price of Moscow but considerably cheaper than in the USA and Norway, and half the price of the most expensive Big Mac in the world in Switzerland.

According to the latest Big Max Index a Big Mac in Croatia costs $3.3 which puts in midway in the global price for this popular burger. The most expensive Big Mac in the world is in Switzerland where the McDonald’s burger will set you back $6.6.

The Big Mac Index is a list of the prices of the popular burger all over the world and is published by The Economist as an informal way of measuring the purchasing power parity between two currencies and provides a test of the extent to which market exchange rates result in goods costing the same in different countries. The index, created in 1986, takes its name from the Big Mac.

Cost of McDonald's Big Mac - 2019

Switzerland: $6.6
Norway: $5.8
US: $5.5
Canada: $5.08
Brazil: $4.5
Australia: $4.3
UK: $4.07
S Korea: $4.02
Japan: $3.6
Croatia: $3.3
Pakistan: $3.3
Saudi: $3.2
China: $3.05
Poland: $2.8
India: $2.5
Mexico: $2.5
Indonesia: $2.3
Turkey: $2
Russia: $1.6

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