According to Wasim, a staff at a popular joint in Bur Dubai, even restaurants that do better business than cafeterias would find it difficult not to hike the price of tea and coffee following the new regulations. “The price of a cup of tea has remained the same for years now, despite the inflation and hike in fuel and dairy products (milk). But this is going to change it all in a month. You can expect tea to go up by another 25 fils per cup,” he added.
The announcement at COP28 in Dubai puts Turkey in the race against Australia