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Cardamom News - Vietnam pepper export reported up in last four months in 2018
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Vietnam pepper export reported up in last four months in 2018

According to official customs data, Vietnam’s black pepper exports in the first 4 months reaching 88,000 tons at $ 311 million, up 15.5% in volume but down 33.2% in value over the same period in 2017. Exports for the entire 2018 are forecast to stay flat from last year at around 215,000 tonnes. Vietnam’s key markets for the spices include the United States, India, China and Europe.
 
Pepper prices continued to move sideways, fluctuating between 61,500 - 63,000 VND / kg. Price of pepper in Dong Nai today is unchanged compared to yesterday about 61,000 VND / kg. Similarly, pepper prices in Binh Phuoc increased to 62,000 VND / kg. In Ba Ria-Vung Tau province, the pepper price also increased 500 VND / kg to 63,000 VND / kg, this is still the region with the highest pepper price in the region. In Ba Ria-Vung Tau province, the pepper price also increased 500 VND / kg to 63,000 VND / kg, this is still the region with the highest pepper price in the region.