Food Prices Up by 8% in September

ISLAMABAD, September 29, 2010: Consumers across the country had to face an extraordinary hike in the prices of consumer commodities in the month of September, as the prices of 46 consumer items and services (out of 69 commodities monitored by FAFEN) increased by an average of 7%when compared with August.

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A report based on prices collected at retail outlet in 118 town of 76 districts in Pakistan

A report based on prices collected at retail outlet in 118 town of 76 districts in Pakistan

During the month of August 2010, FAFEN Governance Monitors collected prices of 69 commodities and services at retail outlets in 118 National Assembly constituencies of 76 districts in four provinces including Federally Administrated Tribal Areas (FATA) and Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT). The prices of four most commonly used vegetables- tomato, potato, onion and garlic registered…

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A Survey of retail outlets in 142 towns of 90 districts in Pakistan

A Survey of retail outlets in 142 towns of 90 districts in Pakistan

During the month of May 2010, FAFEN Governance Monitors collected prices of 69 commodities and services at retail outlets in 142 National Assembly Constituencies in 90 districts in the four provinces, FATA and Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT). Consumers in parts of the country faced quite high increases in the prices of a few food items…

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Fruit Prices Register Hike in May

Fruit Prices Register Hike in May

The price of monitored fruit registered a hike in May as compared to April 2012 with kinnow registering the highest increase of 30% followed by bananas (28%), dark red apples (25%) and golden apples (11%). Other commodities that registered a rise in prices included some pulses, eggs, cooked items, sweeteners, dairy items and branded cooking…

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