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FAS and Sakhalin Region outlined steps to stop unreasonable increase in prices for goods and services

The governor of the Sakhalin region, Alexander Khoroshavin, and the head of the Federal Anti-Monopoly Service of Russia, Igor Artemyev, discussed a number of topical issues related, among other things, to price monitoring in the food market conducted by the ministry. On behalf of the governor, this work in the island region receives the most serious attention, the press service of the head of the region reports.

Further joint steps of the Sakhalin Oblast Government and the Federal Antimonopoly Service of Russia were outlined, aimed at the timely detection and suppression of facts of unjustified price increases for various goods and services in the region.

Recently in the Sakhalin region as a whole there has been no increase in wholesale food prices. The number of calls of the islanders on the facts of increasing retail prices for goods has also decreased. According to Alexander Khoroshavin, each such complaint should be the subject of the most thorough analysis, first of all, by the antimonopoly service.

At present, on behalf of the governor in the island region, a headquarters has been established and is in operation to monitor and promptly respond to changes in the food market environment, and its meetings are held weekly. In addition, regularly organized videoconferences with municipalities. The head of the region personally controls the situation with food prices on Sakhalin and the Kuriles.

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