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Pakistan :Vegetable Prices Go Up Ahead Of Eid

The breaking of business relations with India is overshadowed by Pakistan.  now this step has increased the difficulties of Pakistanis just before Bakrid. Prices of onion, ginger, garlic and tomato have increased.  

According to the report of Pakistani newspaper , ginger and garlic is being sold at Rs 400 and Rs 320 a kg respectively, where as earlier it was selling at Rs 320 and Rs 280 a kg. At the same time, Turai is selling 140 to 150 rupees per kg, gourd Rs 120 per kg, cabbage Rs 80 per kg and capsicum Rs 120 per kg. Apart from this, green chillies are being sold for Rs 100 per kg, ginger imported from China at Rs 280 per kg, garlic from Iran is being sold at Rs 240 per kg. A few days ago, onion that sold for Rs 35 a kg is now being sold at Rs 50 a kg. At the same time, the price of tomatoes has also increased from 40 to 50 rupees per kg.

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