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Major Food Items’ Prices Decline in Kabul

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Major Food Items’ Prices Decline in Kabul

The price of a 50-Kg bag of Brazilian sugar went down from 2,014 afs to 2,000 afs, and the same quantity of Pakistani rice declined from 3,040 afs to 3,000 afs. The price of a 5kg Spin Ghar ghee dropped from 440 afs to 430 afs.

The prices for other food commodities remained unchanged from last week. A 50-kg bag of Pakistani flour sold at 990afs, kilo of African black tea at 200 afs and a similar quantity of Indonesian green tea priced 170 afs.

One gram of Iranian gold decreased from 1,850 afs to 1,800 afs.

The price for gas remained at 40 afs, similar to last week’s price.

Fuel prices remained unchanged over the week, with a liter of petrol costing 58 afs and diesel sold at 57 afs.

The exchange rate for a US dollar was 51.70 afs, while 1,000 Pakistani rupees were 540 afs. Last week’s exchange value of the dollar stood at 50.80 afs and 1,000 Pakistani rupees at 543 afs.


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