Pepper market in Vietnam: It is forecast that exports will remain at a low level in the coming time

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Published Sep 30, 2023

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Domestic pepper prices in Vietnam have slightly decreased compared to the previous day, ranging from 69,000 VND/kg to 72,000 VND/kg. World pepper prices have also seen a slight decrease, with Indonesian pepper prices dropping and prices in other countries remaining stable. The global pepper market is under pressure due to weak demand from the United States, Europe, and China, but Vietnam's supply limits the impact on global pepper prices.
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Source: Domestic pepper prices simultaneously decreased slightly According to data on TC Thuong Truong, pepper prices on September 27, the domestic market in the Central Highlands and Southeast regions continued to simultaneously decrease by 500 VND/kg compared to Compared to the previous day, the price ranged from 69,000 VND/kg - 72,000 VND/kg. Specifically, pepper prices in the Central Highlands region continue to fluctuate between 69,000 VND/kg - 70,000 VND/kg. Specifically, the price of Chu Se pepper (Gia Lai) was purchased by traders at 69,000 VND/kg, down 500 VND/kg compared to yesterday. Daklak pepper price and Dak Nong pepper price were purchased at 70,000 VND/kg, also reduced by 500 VND/kg. In the Southeast region, pepper prices ranged from 71,000 VND/kg - 72,000 VND/kg, down 500 VND/kg compared to yesterday. Meanwhile, world pepper prices in the early morning of September 27, 2023 (Vietnam time), updated according to the International Pepper Association ...
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