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Trading networks of Transbaikalia will switch to vegetables from Central Asia

Trading networks of Transbaikalia will switch to vegetables from Central Asia
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The authorities of Transbaikalia will help distribution networks with the organization of the supply of vegetables from Novosibirsk, Irkutsk and Central Asia. Now the formed stock of fruits and vegetables averages at least two weeks, some networks have a monthly stock.

According to the deputy chairman of the regional government, Minister of Economic Development Alexander Bardaleev, retail chains will be helped to conclude contracts with suppliers and will assist in organizing rail transportation.

After the border with China was closed, a shortage of fresh vegetables arose in the Far Eastern Federal District due to coronavirus. Buyers complain that product remains are sold at inflated prices. This situation estimates Rosselkhoznadzor, if necessary, the agency will take action. The validity of price increases intends to check and the Federal Antimonopoly Service.

Deputy Prime Minister and Presidential Envoy to the Far Eastern Federal District Yuri Trutnev instructed the FAS, together with the heads of the Far Eastern regions, to monitor prices in the food market and take the necessary measures to prevent unjustified cost increases. The embassy will control the execution of the order.

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