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Post by RamblerNash on Thu Jun 27, 2019 10:41 pm

A global position that points to the decline in purchasing power in Iraq

A global position that points to the decline in purchasing power in Iraq Doc-P-309213-636972299398808149

2019-06-27 06:56

The "Numbio" site, which is concerned with the standard of living of the world, revealed the decline in purchasing power index in Iraq, indicating that the cost of living index is "very low".

According to the latest update in June, Iraq 's Purchasing Power Index (PPP ) is low at 46.74 percent. "The average net monthly salary per capita in Iraq is $ 568.45," the website said.

The cost of living in Iraq is 43.37 percent lower than in the United States, with the exception of the rent account in the United States.

Numbio is one of the sites launched in 2009 and is a source of many international newspapers and magazines.

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