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September 18, 2021

Villagers say city markets are costly to sell produce

Farmers from the Central Province say Port Moresby Markets are costly to sell their produce.

They say there is too many market fees charged by different people at any given market day.

Now they would like the Boroko Central Market allocated specifically for them to be opened quickly.                                  

Meanwhile, the National Capital District Commission said it will give a response tomorrow on the collection of these fees and the plans they have on improving the markets in the City.

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