Chief economist update: Don't buy a Big Mac in AmericaBY BENJAMIN ONG | FRIDAY, 12 JUL 2019 11:09AM
As per the data, a Big Mac costs US$5.74. Let's compare this with the countries included in the US Department of Treasury's Monitoring List.Read more: Big Mac, China, Economist, Europe, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Singapore, Trump, Fed, Korea, Malaysia, Report, Vietnam, Bloomberg US Dollar Spot, US Department of Treasury Office of International Affairs, July FOMC, America, Congress, Let, South Korean, USA, US Commerce Department
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