By Mary Bolling Blackiston, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - According to a January 2014 survey conducted by the leading British weekly, The Economist, Brazil has the fifth most expensive Big Mac in the world. Selling at US$5.25 (or R$12.60), one of the McDonald's chain's most popular burgers is nearly fifteen percent percent more expensive than its equivalent in the U.S., which sells for US$4.62.
The most expensive Big Mac in the world can be found in Norway, retailing at US$7.90. Venezuela has the second highest, at US$7 . . .