This is a CSR project, and choose to nestle as our company Note: Please give answer on mentioned words (must add intext citation) and required
Use the currency converter
Every year, The Economist magazine produces the Big Mac Index to illustrate differences in purchasing power across countries. By comparing the price of a single item, in this case a Big Mac from McDonald’s, the index shows how much (or how little) consumers in each country get for their money. According to the latest index, a Big Mac costs an average of $4.56 in the United States, $5.26 in Canada, $5.28 in Brazil, and $6.72 in Switzerland, meaning that residents of those countries get far less for their money than US residents do. Conversely, consumers in Russia only have to pay $2.64 for their Big Mac, while consumers in Turkey pay $4.34 and consumers in India pay only $1.50 of our American dollar?
Go to Yahoo.Finance.com and use the “Currency Converter” at top of page for values against the American dollar.
Using the Big Mac Index to choose a country for you to vacation in, which countries will give you the most value for your American dollar? Which one would you want to visit?
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