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Vietnam food market Weekly 27.07- 02.08.2009: H1N1 epidemic outbreaks while purchasing power is low, \will keep pork consumption in the next time at low level.
06 | 08 | 2009
H1N1 epidemic outbreaks while purchasing power is low, \will keep pork consumption in the next time at low level. Thus, live hog price will not increase sharply next weeks. It is estimated to increase again by late quarter 3 because it is high time for purchasing power to recover.

H1N1 epidemic outbreaks while purchasing power is low, \will keep pork consumption in the next time at low level. Thus, live hog price will not increase sharply next weeks. It is estimated to increase again by late quarter 3 because it is high time for purchasing power to recover.

- Pork amount at Binh Dien market reduces 8 tons/day
- Live hog price in HCMC reduces more 1,000 VND/kg
- Ham price in Hanoi reduces 1,500 VND/kg
- Beef price in Can Tho increases 2,500 VND/kg
- Chicken price in Hanoi reduces 7,500 VND/kg
- Bran price in An Giang reduces 100 VND/kg
- Vissan has reduced 10% for some canned meat products from 1/8/2009

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