Domestic Economy

SCI Reviews Food Price Changes in Iran

The biggest year-on-year and month-on-month price rises were registered for tomatoes with 92.1% and onions with 24.4% respectively. Eleven out of 24 food items saw price declines in the month compared with the previous month
SCI Reviews Food Price Changes in IranSCI Reviews Food Price Changes in Iran

The Statistical Center of Iran has released a report reviewing price changes experienced by food products during the 10th month of the current Iranian year (Dec. 22, 2019-Jan. 20).
The report shows that the biggest month-on-month price rise for a food item was recorded for onions with 24.4%. A kilogram of onions was sold at 49,638 rials (37 cents).
The second and third biggest month-on-month price increases during the period under review were registered for bananas with 9.4% and lentils with 3.4%, SCI reported on its website. 


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