Have a guess at the price tag (measured in US dollars) of a large margarita pizza in the comfortable middle-class environment of San Paulo in Brazil? Would you expect it to be less or more expensive than say a home delivered pizza to your house from leading UK business Dominos?

The answer may come as something of a surprise - expect to pay between $35 and $40 for a restaurant pizza! Watch the video to consider some of the factors that make the cost of living in some Brazilian cities amongst the most expensive in the world.

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