The Bloomberg Gasoline Price Ranking sorts 61 countries by average price and by “pain at the pump” — the portion of an average day’s wages needed to buy a gallon of fuel. Norway stacks up the top of the list with 9,26 USD per gallon.
Accordingly, drivers in India must spend their full day’s wage to afford a single gallon.
To fill a Chevrolet Suburban’s tank costs $ 1.56 in Venezuela, $ 114 in the US and $ 361 in Norway, writes Bloomberg.
But with the world’s second-highest incomes, Norwegians absorb the high price of gas. The average daily income is $272 in Norway and it takes only 3.4 percent of a day’s wages to buy a gallon of gas, writes the newspaper.
On the other hand , Pakistani drivers have to use 29.28 percent of the daily average wage for one liter of gasoline.