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INDONESIA-ECONOMY/CHILLIS
RTXW9NE
January 06, 2011
A chilli vendor (C) holds a bunch of chillies as he serves a customer at a market in Jakarta, January...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A chilli vendor holds a bunch of chillies as he serves a customer at a market in Jakarta,
A chilli vendor (C) holds a bunch of chillies as he serves a customer at a market in Jakarta, January 6, 2011. Indonesia's President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono called on households to plant food in their gardens in an effort to head off inflation, with the country's trade minister Mari Pangestu leading the way by chilli farming 200 plants at home. Chilli prices surged five-fold in Indonesia in the past year to around 100,000 rupiah ($11) per kg, more than beef, hurting households fond of spicy cuisine in an archipelago where logistical problems and wet weather often add to costs. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIAB - Tags: BUSINESS AGRICULTURE FOOD POLITICS)
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