Cambodia's Kampot pepper immune to price slump

World's most sought-after pepper has been immune to the global price plunge, remaining stable at as high as $28 per kilogramme.

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    The price of pepper around the world has fallen and is forecast to stay low because of over-supply from Vietnam and India.

    But one remote region in southern Cambodia seems to be immune from the slump.

    Al Jazeera's Wayne Hay reports from Kampot, where farmers say they produce the world's most expensive pepper.


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