Purchasing Power Parity Rules

Purchasing Power Parity Rules

As membership fees are concerned, Purchasing Power Parity (PPP) rules as defined by the World Bank will be taken into account for developing countries.

Below are examples of fees according to PPP. For any other countries, do not hesitate to contact us should you feel the PPP is applicable to your membership.

Purchasing Power Parity List

Country Currency PPP conversion factor Adjusted fee in Euros
Strategic Member Corporate Member
LORGs SMORGs Micros Academia Laboratories
Brazil euros 0.4 20000 4000 2000 600 1600 400
Bulgaria euros 0.3 15000 3000 1500 450 1200 300
China euros 0.2 10000 2000 1000 300 800 200
Czech Republic euros 0.5 25000 5000 2500 750 2000 500
India euros 0.2 10000 2000 1000 300 800 200
Mexico euros 0.7 35000 7000 3500 1050 2800 700
Morocco euros 0.4 20000 4000 2000 600 1600 400
Poland euros 0.5 25000 5000 2500 750 2000 500
Romania euros 0.4 20000 4000 2000 600 1600 400
Russia euros 0.3 15000 3000 1500 450 1200 300
South Africa euros 0.3 15000 3000 1500 450 1200 300
Turkey euros 0.5 25000 5000 2500 750 2000 500
Vietnam euros 0.2 10000 2000 1000 300 800 200

( Source: World Bank )

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