Countries With Lowest Labour Costs - Bottom 10 World

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Labour Costs Latest Reference
Australia
Spain
Ireland
Mexico
Cyprus
Thailand
Greece
Croatia
South Korea
Brazil

Ireland Labour Costs stands at 78.40 Index Points. Source: European Central Bank. 2010=100, NSA. Forecast: 73.7014 Index Points.
Mexico Labour Costs latest value is 81.10 Index Points. Source: Instituto Nacional de Estadística y Geografía (INEGI). NSA, 2008=100. Forecast: 81.3005 Index Points.
Cyprus Labour Costs was last reported at 88.94 Index Points. Source: European Central Bank. 2010=100, NSA. Forecast: 92.9486 Index Points.
Thailand Unit Labour Cost stands at 89.45 Index Points. Source: Bank of Thailand. 2013=100. Forecast: 92.6063 Index Points.
Greece Unit Labour Costs latest value is 90.00 Index Points. Source: Eurostat. NSA, 2010=100. Forecast: 80.209 Index Points.
Croatia Labour Costs was last reported at 94.70 Index Points. Source: Eurostat. NSA, 2010=100. Forecast: 92.7963 Index Points.
South Korea Labour Costs stands at 96.50 Index Points. Source: Korea Productivity Center. NSA, 2010=100. Forecast: 118.7835 Index Points.
Brazil Labour Costs latest value is 99.29 Index Points. Source: Banco Central Do Brasil. NSA, 1994M6=100. Forecast: 102.8682 Index Points.
Australia Labour Costs was last reported at 100.60 Index Points. Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics. SA, 2007-2008=100. Forecast: 100.934 Index Points.
Spain Labour Costs stands at 102.40 Index Points. Source: National Statistics Institute (INE). 2012=100, NSA. Forecast: 96.4912 Index Points.
The country with lowest Labour Costs is Australia (100.60 Index Points in Q2 2018) followed by Spain (102.40 Index Points in Q2 2018) in the second position and Ireland (78.40 Index Points in Q2 2018) in the third.