New Government Policy: Eat More Longans!

PUBLISHED ON FRI, AUG 4, 2017 6:06 PM

New Government Policy: Eat More Longans!

by CityNews

 

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CityNews – The government has announced today that they are issuing a new policy to help with the falling longan prices – eat more longans!

 

The Deputy Minister from the Ministry of Commerce announced the policy in response to falling longan prices, dropping to around 10 to 12 baht per kilo.

 

The highest price for premium grade longans (AA) is usually around 38 baht a kilo but this has dropped to just 20 to 24 baht a kilo, and for the lowest grade (C) the price has dropped from 20 baht a kilo to just 10 baht.

 

Full Story: http://www.chiangmaicitylife.com/news/new-government-policy-eat-more-longans/

 
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