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Pepper Prices on September 6, 2023: Highest price is 73,000 VND/kg

September 06, 2023

Pepper Price today

On September 6, 2023, domestic markets in various regions of Vietnam continued to see an increase in pepper prices by 500 VND/kg, with Bà Rịa – Vũng Tàu maintaining the highest price. Accordingly, pepper prices ranged from 70,000 VND/kg to 73,000 VND/kg.

Specifically, in the Central Highlands region, places like Chư Sê (Gia Lai) saw traders purchasing pepper at 70,000 VND/kg, an increase of 500 VND/kg compared to the previous day. Pepper prices in Đắklắk and Đắk Nông were at 71,500 VND/kg, also showing an increase from the previous day.

In the Southeastern region, pepper prices today ranged from 72,000 VND/kg to 73,000 VND/kg.

Notably, in Bình Phước, pepper was priced at 72,500 VND/kg, marking a 500 VND/kg increase from the previous day. Bà Rịa – Vũng Tàu maintained the highest price, with traders purchasing pepper at 73,000 VND/kg today.

According to the latest update from the General Statistics Office, Vietnam exported 16,000 tons of pepper in August 2023, a 4.9% increase compared to July 2023, but a 13.4% decrease compared to the same period last year. In the first 8 months of 2023, Vietnam's total pepper exports reached 183,900 tons, reflecting a 14.5% increase compared to the same period in 2022.

Meanwhile, Vietnam imported approximately 20,000 tons of pepper in the first 8 months of the year. This means that in September 2023, Vietnam is expected to export and consume its entire imported pepper quantity along with this year's harvest.

The Vietnam Pepper and Spice Association reported that Vietnam's pepper production in 2023 is estimated to reach around 190,000 tons, showing a 3.8% increase compared to 2022.

According to Congthuong.vn

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