Durians sell for staggering price of US$345 per kilogram at a market stall in Thailand

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A fruit stall in Thailand sells durians for an astonishing US$345 per kilogram. Customers even have to pre-order the infamous but popular delicacy a year in advance before they can collect it from the market in the capital Bangkok. The cost is staggeringly more expensive than the average retail price of around US$4.30 per kilogram.

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