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China: This spring, vegetable prices across the country continue to fluctuate at a high level

今春全国蔬菜价格持续高位波动 天气转暖菜价回落可期
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Vegetables
China
Price Trend
Mar 24, 2022
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People's Daily Online, Beijing, March 24 (Reporter Li Dong) Since the beginning of the spring, vegetable prices across the country have continued to fluctuate at high levels. Experts said that due to multiple factors such as weather, epidemics, gasoline and diesel prices, and rising transportation costs, vegetable prices fell significantly slowly. Compared with the same period of previous years, but with the rise in temperature, the prices of most varieties will enter the seasonal decline range.
People's Daily Online, Beijing, March 24 (Reporter Li Dong) Since the beginning of the spring, vegetable prices across the country have continued to fluctuate at high levels. Experts said that due to multiple factors such as weather, epidemics, gasoline and diesel prices, and rising transportation costs, vegetable prices fell significantly slowly. Compared with the same period of previous years, but as the temperature rises, the prices of most varieties will enter the seasonal decline range. The monitoring data of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs showed that on March 23, the “200 Index of Wholesale Prices of Agricultural Products” was 134.01, an increase of 0.07 points from the previous day, and the wholesale price index of “vegetable basket” products was 137.00, an increase of 0.09 points from the previous day. The average price of 28 kinds of vegetables was 5.72 yuan/kg, an increase of 0.5% over the previous day. The top five price increases on the 23rd were pears, ...
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