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Kabulis affected by rising tomato and onion prices

Some residents of Kabul complain of skyrocketing onion and tomato prices during the month of Ramadan, saying they cannot afford to buy the basic kitchen items. The hike in onion prices was triggered by unlimited exports to neighboring Pakistan last year, Kabul-based vegetable sellers said.

Some green grocers in the Kabul Fruit and Vegetables Market and the locals are resenting the escalating rates of onions and tomatoes, demanded remedial measures from the authorities concerned.


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