How much would it cost you to take a three-mile taxi ride? The answer to that question depends heavily on which city you're visiting. Take Oslo for instance. For about $32, you could travel three miles in one of the city's cabs. Pretty expensive, right? For the same amount of money in Cairo, you could travel 41 miles, according to the 2015 UBS Prices and Earnings report.
This chart shows the average cost of a three-mile taxi trip in selected global cities in 2015.
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