Sugar prices decline in Pakistan

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Lahore: The prices of sugar in Pakistan have witnessed a reduction in the open market. Due to rising sugar prices, opposition parties targeted the current government in country.

According to the local media report, a sack of sugar has become cheaper by Rs 100 in Punjab. In the open market, a 100 kg sack of sugar has been reduced from Rs 9,000 to Rs 8,900.

The continuous rise in the sugar prices in the country has led the government to announce sugar import. The government has also initiated action against the sugar hoarders to keep a check on sugar price hike.

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