It's safe to say you can get a burger in almost every country in the world and although they may all taste about the same - they're certainly not priced that way, in fact on look at this inofgraphic from Online MBA shows just how much the price of a burger can differ in different countries.
The cheapest place to buy a burger is the Ukraine costing on average $1.84. The most expensive place is Norway with their burgers weighing in at $7.20.
The other interesting aspect of this infographic is that they have displayed information showing how long it takes to make enough money to buy a burger in each country.
For example, in the U.S. it takes the average worker in New York 11 minutes to earn the money for a Big Mac while the same worker in Mexico City would work over 2 hours before being able to buy theirs.
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