In Sweden they have their own currency called ‘Swedish crown’. In Slovenia we have Euros. 1euro is 10 crowns. But in general you can buy many more things with 10 crowns in Sweden, than we can buy with 1 euro in Slovenia. The average salary in Sweden is twice bigger than in Slovenia.
In Sweden prices are very different than in Slovenia, for example:
– water and drinks are much more expensive than in Slovenia.
– food is not as expensive as in Slovenia.
– gas and oil has the same price in Sweden and in Slovenia.
– electricity there is cheaper than here.
– in Sweden electronic things like computers, phones and TV-s are cheaper than in Slovenia
– in Slovenia we have cheaper clothes than in Sweden.
Peter Godeša, 9. B