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Iran: We do not increase the price of basic items

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Published Mar 4, 2024

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Qasim Javadzadeh of the Agricultural Jihad Organization of Gilan province has announced the distribution of 680 tons of sugar, 100 tons of frozen meat, and 340 tons of frozen chicken at adjusted prices. The goods will be available through department stores, unions, and spring exhibitions until the end of April. The organization has also intensified its inspection plan for basic goods, ensuring no illegal price increases. Javadzadeh confirmed that all types of basic items are available and there has been no price increase in this sector.
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Qasim Javadzadeh said today, March 13, at the food security headquarters of the Agricultural Jihad Organization of Gilan province, which was organized with the focus of planning for the supply of basic goods for the days of Eid and the holy month of Ramadan: 680 tons of sugar, 100 tons of frozen meat and 340 tons of frozen chicken with an adjusted price. The market will be distributed through department stores, unions and spring exhibitions in the province. Stating that 34 stewards have been introduced from the private sector's reserves to receive 500 tons of red meat, he said: All types of basic items are available in Gilan province until the end of April, and our only concern was the supply of red meat. With the allocated quota and the presence of the private sector, we hope that a major part of the province's needs will be met. The Vice President of Commercial Development of the Gilan Agricultural Jihad Organization announced the intensification of the inspection plan for basic ...
Source: Isna
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