Prices of greens and fish soaring

  • Nation
  • Thursday, 18 Dec 2014

Water village: (From left) Helmi Hassan of Kampung Chendering in Terengganu carrying his pet goat to safety; Fatimah Abdul Rahman and her son Muhamad Afiq Erizal Abdullah of Kampung Bukit Kolam, Ajil in Terengganu wading through floodwaters to get to safer ground. — Bernama

JOHOR BARU: The monsoon season has caused the prices of vegetables and fish to shoot up over the past five months.

Checks by The Star showed that vegetable prices increased by between 40% and 50% while fish prices had risen by 10% to 20% since August.

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