Durian prices in Vietnam on May 18: Prices are low, adding to concerns about the prospect of oversupply

Published May 19, 2024

Tridge summary

As of May 18, 2024, durian prices in Vietnam are stable but at a low level, with variations across regions. The highest prices are in the Southwest, and the lowest in the Central Highlands. This is due to high supply from Vietnam's main season and Thailand's durian output. The export of over 45,000 tons of Vietnamese durian to China in the first quarter, compared to 27,000 tons of Thai durian, indicates a significant market share for Vietnam. However, concerns about potential oversupply are rising due to increased production and expansion of the durian cultivation area, which could be negatively impacted by reliance on the Chinese market and competition from other durian-producing countries.
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Original content

Durian price today May 18, 2024 is stable at a low level, the highest price is in the Southwest and the lowest is in the Southeast and Central Highlands. Beautiful Ri6 durians stand at the highest price of 68,000 VND/kg. The price of Thai durian in the Southwest region stands at the highest level of 90,000 VND/kg. Specifically, durian prices at the garden today: Ri6 durian at 50,000 - 68,000 VND/kg; Thai durian price is at 67,000 - 85,000 VND/kg; Musangking durian maintains the price of 160,000 - 190,000 VND/kg. Durian prices today in the Southwest region: Beautiful Ri6 durian and Ri6 durian reach 50,000 - 68,000 VND/kg, beautiful Ri6 durian stands at 65,000-68,000 VND/kg; Beautiful Thai durian at 87,000 - 90,000 VND/kg; Thai durian is priced at 67,000 - 70,000 VND/kg. Durian price today in the Southeast region: The price of beautiful Ri6 durian and bucket Ri6 durian has a purchasing price of 50,000 - 67,000 VND/kg; Beautiful Thai durian at 87,000 - 90,000 VND/kg; Meanwhile, Thai ...
Source: Danviet
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