The Minister of Supply about raising the price of a loaf...

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Thursday 28 October 2021

Books – Muhammad Sami:

Dr. Ali Al-Moselhi, Minister of Supply and Internal Trade, said that the loaf of bread accounts for the largest proportion of subsidies at a rate of 51 billion pounds annually and 3 billion pounds per month.

Al-Moselhi added, during a press conference, today, Thursday, that the ministry will not be able to maintain the satisfaction of all citizens, stressing that this does not mean that the ministry does not seek to serve the simple citizen, and then everyone gets dues and rights.

The minister continued: A kilo of flour produces 12 loaves of bread, and this is not correct, especially after manipulating the prices of a loaf of bread produced outside of subsidies, and if the price of bread is raised, we must know that this was only for the benefit of the citizen.

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