Brazil has the 4th Costliest Big Mac in the World

By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter

SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL - According to a survey conducted by British weekly, The Economist, Brazil has the fourth most expensive Big Mac in the world. The latest Big Mac Index, released on January 22nd, shows that the ever-popular sandwich can be bought at McDonald’s restaurants all around the country for US$5.21 (or R$13.50), whereas in the U.S. the burger sells for an average of US$4.79.

In the 2014 survey Brazil . . .

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