The bar chart compares the price of a pack of Marlboro cigarettes in 14 different countries as of August, 2019.
The cost of a pack of Marlboro exceeds 20 dollars only in Australia, somewhat 2 dollars more than the cost in New Zealand. The price tag in both countries is much higher compared to the rest.
In Ireland and Norway, the price is almost the same, 13.32$ and 13.30$, respectively. Similarly, the cost of one pack is priced over 10$ in the UK (12.09$), Canada (10.51$) and Singapore (10.10$), as well.
Among the rest, France has the highest price tag, at 8.88$, while in Pakistan this figure drops to as low as 0.99$. South Korean (3.71$) and Russian (2.12$) consumers also pay far less compared to their American (7.43$), German (7.11$) and Spanish (5.55$) counterparts.
Overall, it is clear that the price of a pack of Marlboro differs greatly in all countries, with Australian consumers paying the highest.