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The cheapest place to buy drugs alcohol and cigarettes is Laos, where a weekly habit will cost you £41.40 (£33.70), according to research in the Bloomberg Vice Index.
The most expensive place is Japan, where a basket of the good stuff will cost you $1,441.50 (£1,174.70).
Bloomberg compared the cost of tobacco, alcohol, amphetamines, cannabis, cocaine and opioids in over 100 countries.
If you were wondering, in the UK it costs roughly £250.30.
Browse the snapshot interactive map, below:
Note: The Bloomberg index is ranked by basket cost as a percentage of weekly income, while our map has been colour coded by basket cost in £ only.
Peter Reuter, a professor at the University of Maryland, told Bloomberg:
It's all about distribution costs. Being closer to the producer lowers costs.
Philip J. Cook, professor at the Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke University, said:
Illegal drugs prices will of course have a premium that reflects local zeal for enforcement.The same can be said for the heavily taxed legal commodities, since the street price may be dominated by smuggled goods.
Illegal drugs prices will of course have a premium that reflects local zeal for enforcement.
The same can be said for the heavily taxed legal commodities, since the street price may be dominated by smuggled goods.
For a broader look at the index, visit bloomberg.com.
More: The map of England and Wales by drug of preference