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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.
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