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Domestic Price Warnings

Countries where prices of one or more basic food commodity are at abnormal high levels in main markets.
Price warning level:  High   Moderate [Based on the Indicator of Price Anomalies (IPA)]

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Moderate alert
10/07/2019

Prices of wheat and maize on the increase and well above year-earlier levels mainly due to strong demand for exports
Moderate alert
10/07/2019

Prices on the increase and well above year-earlier levels amid socio-political turmoil and a weak macro-economic situation
High alert
10/07/2019

Prices steadied or declined in June after beneficial rains improved production prospects, although still well above year earlier levels
Moderate alert
10/07/2019

Prices remained well above their values a year earlier, although an above-average 2019 harvest contributed to keep prices stable in June
Moderate alert
10/07/2019

Prices of maize remained higher, year on year, due to the impact of a weather-reduced harvest on domestic supplies
Moderate alert
10/07/2019

Prices of maize increased on the back of rising quotations in the international market to levels more than 30 percent higher year on year
High alert
10/07/2019

Prices remained stable or increased in June but still at overall exceptionally high levels due to tight supplies and currency depreciation
High alert
10/07/2019

Prices at record or near record levels due to a weak currency, increased production and transport costs and social unrest
High alert
10/07/2019

Prices stable in June but still well above their year-earlier levels mainly due to concerns over the current crops
High alert
10/07/2019

Prices of maize grain fell seasonally in June, while maize meal prices continued to climb to record highs
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