Prices of greens from Cameron Highlands expected to go up with EMCO in several localities

PETALING JAYA: The prices of several vegetables from Cameron Highlands are expected to increase by 30% to 40% after several localities on the hill station were placed under an enhanced movement control order (MCO), reports Sinar Harian.

The vegetables expected to increase in price include tomatoes, Japanese cucumbers, chillies, cabbage, beans, capsicum and salad leaves.

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