Bulgarian Wholesale Prices Hit Record High before Christmas

Business | December 24, 2010, Friday // 11:50|  views

The wholesale prices of produce in Bulgaria went up sharply right before the Christmas holidays. File photo

The index of wholesale prices went up sharply during the past week – from 1.745 points to 1.784 points, which is the highest level since the beginning of 2010.

The data comes from the State Commission for Commodity Exchanges and Market Places.

A similar trend was registered around the Easter holidays when the wholesale prices index reached 1.768 points.

The highest price hikes before Christmas were listed for the traditional Bulgarian yellow cheese (kashkaval); feta cheese, sugar, cooking oil, flour, ground meat, greenhouse tomatoes, potatoes, cabbage, apples, tangerines, oranges and bananas.

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