Scott Morrison is among the highest-paid leaders in the developed world, but his pay packet is slimmer than some.
The Aussie prime minister pockets almost $550,000 a year, placing him fifth among global counterparts, AAP FactCheck has found.
In first place is Singapore prime minister Lee Hsien Loong, who earns $2.29 million, including bonuses. The remuneration is based on the median income for Singapore's top earners.
As of July 1, Mr Morrison's base salary was $211,250, plus an additional salary of $338,000, making for a gross $549,250, or $1505 a day.
Earlier this year Mr Morrison batted away the idea of taking a temporary pay cut during the COVID-19 pandemic.
"I'll just keep doing a good job, that's my plan, and I will be accountable to Australians for that job," he said.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, who earns $441,724 per year, and her ministers took a 20 per cent pay cut for six months to show solidarity with those affected by the coronavirus outbreak.
Who are the top-paid leaders of the developed world?
Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong $2.29m
Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam $946,938
US President Donald Trump $614,175
German Chancellor Angela Merkel $568,132
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison $549,250
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