Camerons greens up by 20% to 40%


  • Nation
  • Sunday, 04 Jan 2015

IPOH: Prices of vegetables from Cameron Highlands have increased by an estimated 20% to 40%, according to vegetable sellers here.

Most sellers said the increases started with the mud floods tragedy there in early November.

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