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Why did the onion price of go up high rate in Nepal

According to the wholesale price list of Kalimati vegetable and fruit market, the price of Indian dried onion has gone up by 25 percent per kg.

The average price of Rs 60 per kg has increased to Rs 75 in the country’s largest vegetable market today, according to the market.

Consumer prices have risen sharply. Consumer prices vary from place to place in different parts of Kathmandu.

The price of onion has gone up by Rs 15 per kg the day after India banned onion exports.

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According to the wholesale price list of Kalimati vegetable and fruit market, the price of Indian dried onion has gone up by 25 percent per kg.

The average price of Rs 60 per kg has increased to Rs 75 in the country’s largest vegetable market today, according to the market.

Consumer prices have risen sharply. Consumer prices vary from place to place in Kathmandu.
In Kathmandu Valley alone, about 270 metric tons of onion is consumed daily. Entrepreneurs have said that such consumption may have been low due to non-operation of hotels and restaurants in recent times.

Of this, 70 metric tonnes of onion is traded in Kalimati, 30 metric tonnes in Balkhu and 30 metric tonnes in Baneshwor. Apart from these three markets, another 50 metric tonnes of onions are traded from other vegetable markets, wholesale and grocery stores. Entrepreneurs have been saying that the onion produced in Nepal will not meet the demand of the country even for a month. Nepal imports 95 percent more onions than India, with India leading the way.

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