Chambers of Commerce announced a 15% decrease in fish and poultry prices

Published Mar 1, 2021

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The General Federation of Chambers of Commerce announced the decline in the prices of poultry, fish, grains, pulses and fresh vegetables during the current month of February compared to the same month last year. This came in the report of the Federation’s Chamber of Operations to monitor market variables, which was received by Engineer Ibrahim al-Arabi, head of the General Federation of Chambers of Commerce. The Federation of Chambers of Commerce monitors all variables in the internal trade movement in terms of availability or shortage of goods or any change in price rates affected by the shortage or abundance of supply or price change in global markets and anticipates changes that may occur in local markets as a result. With rates ranging from 3 to 19%, where the price of a kilo of super tilapia decreased by 16.2%, recording 28.50 pounds, compared to 34 pounds in February 2020, and the price of a kilo of fresh mullet fish decreased by 14%, recording 55 pounds during the current ...
Source: Akhbarelyom
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