23 November, 2022 seen 1,089Some time ago I made a post about how Amazon Associates are getting paid in the Republic of Georgia, I was wise enough…
Three years ago I launched a fun project - Actual Price Index at Tbilisi market, just to document price movements for veggies and fruits in the market, depending on the season. In total I have made two kinds of research for 2015 and 2016, see: Actual Price Index in Tbilisi Market (Georgia) - At Start of October 2015 and Actual Price Index at Tbilisi Market - March 2016
Now, today, three years later I once again decided to measure, how prices have changed in the past three years.
Here is my basket of goods I bought in Tbilisi market on October 1, 2018
Veggies from Tbilisi market
|1 kg potatoes||1||0.7|
|1 bunch of spring onions||1||0.6|
|1 bunch of parsley||1||1|
|1 bunch of dills||1||1|
|1 bunch of radishes||2||1*|
|1 kg red pepper||2.5||5*|
|1 kg onions||2||1.3|
|1 kg washed carrots||2||2|
|1 watermelon (~6kg)||2,2||5|
*Prices are from 2016
As you can see there has been some inflation over the years, but also there is some deflation for products like red pepper and watermelon.