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Kochi, Feb 13 (PTI) +Rates per Quintal+


Kochi, Feb 13 (PTI) +Rates per Quintal+

+Rates per Quintal+ Coconut oil Rs.16,100/-(Nom), Coconut oil (Milling)Rs.17,700/-, Copra (FAQ) Rs.11,600/-, Copra (As it is)Rs.10,760/-, Oil Cake Rotary Rs.2,900/-, Oil cake ExpellerRs.2,350/-. PTI JAL TVMRBS RBS

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