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Tue, 21 Aug 2018 12:15 - Updated Tue, 21 Aug 2018 12:15

Price of agricultural products drop in Mbanza Kongo

Mbanza Kongo - The prices of agricultural products has dropped significantly during the last two months in local markets of Mbanza Kongo municipality.

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Photo: Lucas Neto

Products such as banana, bean and sweet potato, which are locally cropped, are amongst those, whose price has dropped in the market.

Speaking to ANGOP, several sellers considered the drop of the price  due to the broader array of products produced locally.

With roughly 108,329 inhabitants Mbanza Kongo municipality is a powerful agricultural site that produces mostly cassava, peanut, maize, banana, bean, pineapples and citrines.

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