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From an experiment conducted by Fixr.com, a cost-estimating website. The experiment collected the top search queries suggested by Google for the phrase “How much does * cost in [country].”

How much does a beer cost in Estonia?

How much does a watermelon cost in Japan?

How much does a Big Mac cost in Serbia?

How much does a BMW cost in Germany?

How much does bread cost in Mozambique?

How much does building a house cost in Cameroon?

How much does a safari cost in Botswana?

How much does a diamond cost in Sierra Leone?

How much does an iPhone cost in China?

How much does a maid cost in Singapore?

How much does a prostitute cost in Hungary?

How much does a nose job cost in Albania?

How much does a tummy tuck cost in Mexico?

How much does a vasectomy cost in New Zealand?

How much does a patent cost in the United States?

How much does it cost to fly a MiG in Russia?

How much does it cost to moor a yacht in Monaco?

How much does it cost to retire in Nicaragua?

How much does a panama hat cost in Ecuador?

How much does a cow cost in South Sudan?

How much does a camel cost in Egypt?

How much does a camel cost in Israel?

How much does a kidney cost in Iran?

How much does a divorce cost in Trinidad and Tobago?

How much does a funeral cost in Haiti?

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