Bangladesh, Dec. 8 -- The local stocked onion variety witnessed a hike in price again on Saturday as it retailed at Tk 240-250 a kg, further hitting the already battered consumers.
Even buyers had no respite despite availability of the newly harvested seed onion (known as murikata) as it was traded at Tk 180-190 a kg in city markets.
Imported varieties of the kitchen commodity were almost static at Tk 160-210 based on quality.
Traders hinted no chance of a fall in the prices of the spice before the availability of seasonal onion (known as haali) during the January-February period.
The state-run Trading Corporation of Bangladesh (TCB) has recorded a 15-per cent hike again in onion prices on average in the last three days.