The new iPod Nano is cheapest in Hong Kong, according to a Commonwealth Bank of Australia report. We have the cheapest 4GB Nano in the world at US$148.12, followed closely by the US at $149.
Purchasing power parity surveys compare the prices of goods in different
countries and at their simplest level can help show whether one currency is
undervalued against another.
Brazilians pay the most for a Nano, at a whopping $369.61 a pop. That’s significantly higher than Bulgaria ($318.60) and their South American neighbors, Argentina ($317.45).
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