BANGKOK, 4 Dec 2013, The Commerce Ministry has revealed that commodity prices in Bangkok remain stable, with the exception of the price of yardlong beans, which has slightly increased.
According to the report of the the ministry’s Department of Internal Trade, yardlong beans now cost between 55-58 baht per kilogram.
Meanwhile, pork is priced at 120-125 baht per kilogram, still in line with the department’s suggested retail price of 124 baht a kilogram. As for other items, whole chicken costs 70-75 baht each, eggs cost 3.60 – 3.70 baht and 3.50 – 3.60 baht apiece for number 2 and number 3, respectively.A kilogram of coriander is being sold at 80-90 baht, the report said.
Water spinach and cabbage both fetch 12-15 baht per kilogram, prices of tomato and cucumber are at 22-25 baht a kilo, Chinese kale are selling at 20-22 baht, Chinese Cabbage is at 18-20 baht a kilo, and onion is priced at 50-60 baht per kilogram