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What You Can Buy With $1 In Different Countries

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  • 8 Aug, 2014  |
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In some countries $1 can go a long way.



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№1 Author: styopa (8 Aug 2014 18:49) Total user comments: 918


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Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: it buys you a prostitute.
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№2 Author: Phynix4 (9 Aug 2014 12:02) Total user comments: 5461


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quart of milk....
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№3 Author: Aindy (10 Aug 2014 00:15) Total user comments: 2703


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France, 40% of a starbucks........

So, can you go in and ask for 40% of a coffee? I think not, even though these were supposed to be things you can buy with a dollar.

A lot of the things listed can vary in price range a lot by travelling an extra few miles (still in the same country).

Also, how they did the pricing, you cant compare ANY items on the list. Which kind of makes it more of an art project than an infographic.
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№4 Author: loveandhate (10 Aug 2014 09:49) Total user comments: 1543


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if you buy that then whats left to give a tip :20:
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№5 Author: miska (10 Aug 2014 16:49) Total user comments: 0


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in ROMANIA 1 roll of toilet papper
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№6 Author: sinky (19 Oct 2014 00:54) Total user comments: 0


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addis abeba uh?
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