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Vietnam: Dragonfruit company denies price-fixing allegations

 |  January 9, 2013

A Vietnamese company chairman is denying allegations of price-fixing as accusations against him claim his company, Binh Thuan Dragon Fruit Association, colluded with local businesses to buy dragonfruit at lower prices from local growers. According to department statistics, the province from which the company buys its dragonfruit has 152 producers who buy the fruit from local farmers. The company’s chairman has denied the allegations. Dragonfruit currently costs about 50 cents per kilo.


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