Prices of imported Chinese vegetables climb due to a supply shortfall

(LANKAPUVATH | MONGOLIA) – The negative impact of the pandemic continues to affect the economies and livelihoods of countries. In October 2021, a coronavirus infection was reported in Erlian, China, and the country has closed its borders to prevent internal infections.

As a result, Mongolia, which relies on Chinese imports, had the quantities of vegetables dropped, causing costs to climb to double, consequently many people couldn’t afford to buy them, so they settled for cheaper varieties.

Source: A24 News Agency

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