So please don't cry if someone has more money than you.
Anyway, doing that kind of comparison between wildly different countries is just madness - what i mean to say, you cant compare them because the purchasing power of money is so different. If you counted the prices in, lets say USD - the price of some crappy Heineken in forexample USA, China, Congo and Thailand are "bit" different.
I forexample would happily move to say somewhere around Thailand (wife's from there) and earn 2000e salary, instead of living in Finland and earning 6000e. My purchasing power in Thailand would be far better, than in Finland. (the numbers are out from the hat). Simply comparing prices and costs as "absolute numbers" between different countries doesnt tell shit about the actual purchasing power.