If you've got a pile of stockings to fill this Christmas, shopping in Taiwan could result in hefty savings, according to new survey of the world's ultimate holiday shopping destinations.
Online accommodation reservation website Hotels.com, which compared the cost of 13 popular products available in 29 countries across the world ranging from iPad Air and "How I Met Your Mother" Season 7 DVD set to a Barbie Dreamhouse, found the basket of gifts was cheapest in Taiwan, followed by Japan and Argentina.
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The group of items totaled $1,466 in Taiwan, $2,062 in Japan and $2,070 in Argentina.
Meanwhile, Brazil had the most expensive shopping basket at $4,733 - significantly higher than the global average of $2,926.
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