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Durian prices spike in Singapore as Malaysian drought dries up supply


SINGAPORE: A drought in Malaysia has led to a spike in durian prices down south, with some sellers here charging over S$10 (RM30) a kilogram more than they did a year ago.

June and July usually form the peak season for the king of fruits, but the dry weather has decimated crops, and peak season is now expected to be delayed until the end of this month.

Durian , Prices , Drought , Singapore , Malaysia

   

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