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Durian price on May 24: Durian price in China dropped sharply, an opportunity for Vietnamese durian?

Published May 25, 2024

Tridge summary

As of May 24, 2024, durian prices in Vietnam are stable, with the highest prices in the Southwest and the lowest in the Central Highlands and Southeast regions. The most expensive durian, Beautiful Ri6, is priced at 88,000 VND/kg in the Southwest. The price of Thai durian in the same region is 115,000 VND/kg. Durian prices on China's online shopping platform, Pupu, have significantly decreased, with a 6kg durian sold for 179 - 209 Yuan, a decrease from the previous average price of 279 Yuan. This decrease is due to increasing demand for durian in China, with Vietnam becoming a more competitive supplier as their import price is lower than Thailand's. However, durian imports to China have decreased by 32% in the first four months of the year due to a heat wave in Thailand reducing the country's harvest.
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Original content

Durian price today May 24, 2024 is stable, highest price in the Southwest and lowest in the Southeast and Central Highlands. Beautiful Ri6 durians stand at the highest price of 88,000 VND/kg. The price of Thai durian in the Southwest region stands at the highest level of 115,000 VND/kg. Specifically, durian prices today in the Southwest region: Beautiful Ri6 durian and Ri6 durian reach 70,000 - 88,000 VND/kg, beautiful Ri6 durian stands at 85,000-88,000 VND/kg; Beautiful Thai durian at 113,000 - 115,000 VND/kg; Thai durian is priced at 93,000 - 95,000 VND/kg. Durian price today in the Southeast region: The price of beautiful Ri6 durian and bucket Ri6 durian has a purchasing price of 70,000 - 83,000 VND/kg; Beautiful Thai durian at 110,000 - 113,000 VND/kg; Meanwhile, Thai durian stands at 85,000 - 90,000 VND/kg. Durian price today in the Central Highlands region: The price of beautiful Ri6 durian and bucket Ri6 durian is at the price of 65,000 - 82,000 VND/kg for traders; ...
Source: Danviet
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