16.1% rise in agricultural producer prices during November 2020

16.1% rise in agricultural producer prices during November 2020

The Department of General Statistics has issued its monthly report on the prices of agricultural producers, The results showed that the agricultural producer price index increased by 16.1% for November 2020 compared to November 2019, The record was 137.6 for November 2020 compared to 118.5 for November 2019. This is mainly due to a 164.2% rise in the tomato price index. And grapefruit at 116.2%, The islands by 110.2%, Green cabbage at 73.1%, And the two of us are 45.6%, And chili by 40.8%, And the scan at 31.5%, And guava by 27.4%, And paprika by 20.8%, And oranges by 19.7%, The relative importance of crops whose prices rose accounted for 55.7% ofthe total number of goods in the index.

In contrast, the price index of a number of crops has declined, The most prominent is green lettuce by 40.2%, most notably Zucchini 25.6%, Cherry tomatoes 25.5%, Dates 25.3%, The Pamia 24.4%, 20.9%, 20.9% The loba is 20.3%, and And olives 20.0%, And dry onions 19.3%, Bananas 16.8%, 16.8% The relative importance of crops whose prices fell was 44.3% of the total number of goods in the index.

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