Photo: Daily chart: Today’s chart compares platform heights and general admission fees for some of the world's tallest buildings, which shall henceforth be known as the vertigo index. The best value can be had at the Taipei 101 building in Taiwan, which charges just NT$450 ($15.25) for a viewing platform 392 metres high, or 3.9 cents per metre. View chart: http://econ.st/VIyat4
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Daily chart: Today’s chart compares platform heights and general admission fees for some of the world's tallest buildings, which shall henceforth be known as the vertigo index. The best value can be had at the Taipei 101 building in Taiwan, which charges just NT$450 ($15.25) for a viewing platform 392 metres high, or 3.9 cents per metre. View chart: http://econ.st/VIyat4
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