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THE king of fruits has made quite a stir in the market in recent years. Prices of durian continue to spike with each passing season and demand is set to grow, both locally and internationally.
BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN): Fruit markets in the eastern region of Thailnd see promising prospects early this year as dealers are offering high prices for early batches of durians.
GEORGE TOWN: Good news for durian lovers as the price of Musang King has plunged by between 20% and 50% due to Covid-19 and oversupply in the market.
JOHOR BARU: The coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak in China has affected the export of Musang King durian to the republic, leading to suppliers selling the fruit at lower prices to locals here.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysian cyclist Mohd Harrif Saleh become the first Asian to win two stages of the Le Tour de Langkawi when the Terengganu Inc-TSG rider won a bunch sprint clocking 3’39:42 to bag Stage Five of the race from Kuala Kubu Baru to Ipoh.
Penang International Container Art fest launched with murals in padi field.
CHINA-Malaysia relations is set to soar to greater heights, exploring new opportunities in the year 2020, says consul-general of the People’s Republic of China in Penang Lu Shiwei.
IPOH: An environment group has once again called for a moratorium on logging activities following the emergence of satellite pictures said to be of a cleared area within a forest reserve, which the state Forestry Department denied.
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