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    MookieBaylock MookieBaylock is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy4571 View Post
    Could you live on 6000 roubles a month?. What about a single mother who needs to look after child and cant work, what is employment amount please, or a disabled person who cant work.
    No. I could not live on 6,000 a month but it's much higher than the minimum in Poland, Slovakia etc. and I said minimum. Average is about 14,000.
    I am not sure regarding single mothers cause they all seem to work. Disabled I also don't know
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    Quote Originally Posted by MookieBaylock View Post
    I don't live in Moscow.. and Adler is a bad example.. it's a small coastal town.

    ps. cost of living in Poland and Czech is almost the same as Germany..

    Why does your location say Moscow. Where do you live then?
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    MookieBaylock MookieBaylock is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green.Back View Post
    Why does your location say Moscow. Where do you live then?
    In the green part at the back of it
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    Quote Originally Posted by MookieBaylock View Post
    I don't live in Moscow.. and Adler is a bad example.. it's a small coastal town.

    ps. cost of living in Poland and Czech is almost the same as Germany..
    No, it's not. The Czech Republic is 22% cheaper than Germany and Poland is 40% cheaper . File:Figure 1. Price level index for household final consumption expenditure (HFCE), 2011, EU27=100.png - Statistics Explained
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    MookieBaylock MookieBaylock is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Bumble View Post
    No, it's not. The Czech Republic is 22% cheaper than Germany and Poland is 40% cheaper . File:Figure 1. Price level index for household final consumption expenditure (HFCE), 2011, EU27=100.png - Statistics Explained
    Statistics? I was in all three countries last year.. The supermarkets were about the same price.. electronic goods were actually more expensive in Czech than Germany.
    What are salaries and social welfare rates by comparison? I bet a lot more than 22% higher in Germany
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