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    Post by Rocky Sat 15 Jun 2024, 4:26 am

    Golden days for sellers...the recession hits the “Eid sacrifices” market in Diyala and the prices are “crazy”

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    Baghdad today - Diyala
    With the approaching Eid al-Adha, the market for selling sacrificial animals in the largest site for selling livestock and sheep in the country near the city of Baqubah is witnessing a state that resembles a depression, with a very limited demand for buying them due to the economic situation and the exaggerated rise in prices.
    Ayser Khaled, a sheep and livestock trader, said in an interview with “Baghdad Today” that “prices are high according to the principle of supply and demand, and imports did not contribute to lowering prices. On the contrary, they rose by up to 10% in recent weeks,” pointing out that Eid al-Adha represents the golden days for us. To sell our sacrifices, but according to our vision of the situation, we are in a state similar to a depression.”
    He acknowledged, "Prices are the reason and the matter is not in our hands. We are dealing with the market situation and we hope that there will be a decline, but according to what we see, the matter is very difficult."
    As for Jihad Abu Mustafa, a livestock and sheep trader, he pointed out that there are limited segments of people who buy sacrifices on Eid, not including the poor and those with limited income, pointing out that the prices of sheep range from 400-700 thousand dinars and reach one million dinars, which in the eyes of simple people is a large sum. .
    He added in an interview with “Baghdad Today” that “importing has not changed the equation and prices are still high,” noting that “the demand for purchases does not exceed 30% so far.”
    As for Ibrahim Ali Al-Qaisi, a retired government employee, he bought a sacrifice for 600,000 dinars and said, “The prices are exaggerated and retirees have to wait for months in order to collect the sacrifice amount.”
    He continued in an interview with "Baghdad Today", "We hope that the difficult economic conditions will change and that the government will address the issue of exaggerated meat prices in general because acute poverty has begun to creep into the regions."
    With the advent of Eid, Muslims buy sacrificial animals to slaughter them after the end of the Arafat pause, and then distribute their meat to relatives, neighbors, the poor and the destitute.
    The health authorities in Iraq warn all citizens against buying meat sold by street vendors due to hemorrhagic fever.
    The indiscriminate slaughter of livestock represents the biggest challenge facing the Ministry of Health, at a time when the number of hemorrhagic fever infections is witnessing a significant increase, with a death rate of up to 40 percent.
    On days like these, merchants are accustomed to having their livestock more in demand than at other times of the year, but the exorbitant high prices prompted many people to buy sacrificial animals weeks before this occasion.
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