In Taiwan, the typhoons are approaching one after another, and the price of vegetables has soared

Published Sep 4, 2023

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The recent Hungry Ghost Festival and approaching typhoons in Taiwan have led to a surge in vegetable prices and buffet prices. The government is closely monitoring the situation and President Tsai Ing-wen and her team are in control of the measures. The increase in public worship activities and the impact of the typhoons have affected the supply of fruits and vegetables, causing prices to rise sharply.
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The Hungry Ghost Festival has just passed, and with typhoons approaching Taiwan one after another, the prices of vegetables have soared, and the prices of many buffets have also been greatly increased, making the public shout unbearably. The Presidential Palace stated today that the government is closely monitoring prices. President Tsai Ing-wen and her team also have complete control over the measures. In July and during the Hungry Ghost Festival, public worship activities increased, which greatly increased the demand for fruits and vegetables. In addition, typhoons Sula and Haikui approached and hit Taiwan one after another. The heavy rain affected the growth of vegetables. Due to the damage, the supply volume of Taiwan's major fruit and vegetable wholesale markets has decreased recently, which has also caused vegetable prices to rise sharply. The average price of green onions in the Xihu Fruit and Vegetable Market in Changhua County has soared to 90 yuan, and the high-mountain ...
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