The 2018 world Cup football has caused the growth of prices for eggs in Indonesia

ЧМ-2018 по футболу вызвал рост цен на яйца в Индонезии

The cost of a kilogram of eggs in Jakarta increased by 21%

The Indonesians were accompanied by watching football matches, eating the national dish is noodles, which is added to the egg.

The world Cup, which was held this year in Russia, caused a significant increase in the price of eggs in Indonesia. On Friday, July 20, according to Bloomberg.

In particular, it is specified that since mid-June, the cost of a kilogram of eggs in Jakarta had increased to 29 thousand Indonesian rupiahs ($2), that is 21%. This is the maximum price over the last few years.

The reason for the rising prices was the increased demand for eggs during the 2018 world Cup football. As explained by the Agency, the Indonesians were accompanied by watching the matches, eating the national dish is noodles, which is added to the egg. As a result, as noted by the head of the local farmers Association, Leopold Halim, demand grew, and prices went up.

The second reason for the growth in prices for eggs in Indonesia was the shortage of grain caused by the government’s decision to limit its import from abroad.

As a result, the situation had to intervene to the government of Indonesia. According to the Minister of agriculture, AMR Suleiman, the authorities expect to reduce the cost of a kilogram of eggs to 22 thousand rupees. With this purpose, organized additional deliveries of eggs to Jakarta. In addition, the state stores fixed price: 19.5 thousand rupees per kilogram.

Recall, held in Russia the world football championship won the French team, who beat in the final of the Croatian national team with the score 4:2. In the final match of the Championship Croatia played for the first time.

Earlier it was reported that in Ukraine in February 2018, the price of eggs rose by 50.9 per cent compared to February last year, meat by 26.6%.

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