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Indian spends 3.5% of average daily income on food, New Yorker 0.6%: UN report

IndiaTimes Saturday, 17 October 2020
As per the report, the most expensive plate of food is of South Sudan where people on average would have to spend 186% of their daily salary on basic ingredients. In the list that features 36 countries across the globe, India stands at 28th position as per the percentage of money, people would pay on a plate of food compared to their salaries.
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