The Big Mac Index.
As the graph showing comparisons from 2007 and 2012 shows, the comparative price of a Big Mac has risen at a fairly similar rate in most countries over the past five years, except for the UK--which has seen a comparative drop in price against the others.
2012 equivalent in US dollars/2007 equivalent in US dollars 2007 price $ 2012 price $ Argentina $2.67 $4.64 Australia $2.95 $4.94 Brazil $3.61 $5.68 Canada $3.68 $4.63 Chile $2.97 $4.05 China $1.45 $2.44 Denmark $5.08 $5.37 Japan $2.29 $4.16 Sweden $4.86 $5.91 Switzerland $5.20 $6.81 USA $3.41 $4.20 UK $4.01 $3.82 Note: Table made from bar graph.
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|Publication:||Financial Management (UK)|
|Date:||Mar 1, 2012|
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