Cost of living in Pyongyang, North Korea compared to Abu Ghraib, Iraq

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These prices were last updated on February 22, 2017. Exchange rate: 8.938 IQD / KPW *

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Cost of living in Pyongyang (North Korea) is 207% more expensive than in Abu Ghraib (Iraq)

For example, you would need at least 780,091,362 Dinar (87,279,079 ₩) in Pyongyang to maintain the same standard of living that you can have with 253,906,250 Dinar in Abu Ghraib.

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