Wednesday, August 26, 2009
From The Economist. I'm intrigued by the global average -- how did they make it? Did every city's value count evenly? Hard for me to believe you sell many Big Macs in Jakarta, when you can get good nasi goreng in a warung for about ten minutes of work. So they must sell fewer Macs in Jak than they do in Toronto.
(h/t: Business Insider)