South Korea: Bread and cereal prices

(measure: index points; Source: World Bank International Comparison Program)
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South Korea: Bread and cereal prices, world average = 100, 2017 - 2017:

The index reflects the prices of bread and cereals in South Korea compared to other countries. Higher values mean more expensive bread and cereals. The data come from the 2017 World Bank International Comparison Program that tracks world price levels. The data are updated every seven years. The bread and cereals price index for South Korea and other countries is valid for several years as relative prices do not change rapidly over time. See the global rankings for that indicator or use the country comparator to compare trends over time. The value of that indicator for 2017 is 190.27 index points.
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Definition: The index measures the cost of bread and cereals with a world average set at 100. Higher values indicate more expensive bread and cereals relative to other countries.
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