I just published a paperback via kdp and have submitted for review. I have chosen the price $12.99. But I am also targetting readers from India, my home country. But $12.99 USD is equal to Rs.842.80 which is too costly for a book in India. Here, books sell for the price of rs.150 to rs.200 . (when I set the price, India was not an option in the 'other market places'. There were only 6 additional market places). How do you I offer the same book for Rs.150 for Indian customers and $12.99 in other market places?
If you publish through CreateSpace, and use the expanded distribution option (as you should), you will be able to buy the book comparatively inexpensively through the Book Depository, a British firm that mails throughout the world for list price or a bit more.
Many Indian authors find a local printer for their books, so that they can be sold at a reasonable price on the IN store. I have a book for sale on the CN store, so I certainly appreciate the difference in price. There, the HARDCOVER, with dust jacket and a red ribbon for a place marker, with free delivery in the Beijing postal area, is priced at $9.08 in US terms. The CreateSpace paperback sells for $15.95.
(Don't trust KDP to publish a print edition. Don't trust CreateSpace to publish an ebook. Each does one thing well and the other thing poorly.)