North Macedonian Prime Minister Dimitar Kovačevski said making money on citizens’ backs is the worst thing a company can do.
Prime Minister Dimitar Kovaczewski reiterated today, regarding the decision to freeze the price of bread, that the government will not allow anyone to make additional profits at the expense of citizens.
Announcing the possibility of freezing the prices of some other calculated food products in the near future, Kovachevsky said: “The government does not impose anything on anyone, but rather takes decisions based on final calculations and the laws in the country must be respected. In such crisis conditions, everyone needs to solidarity.” He said.
Referring to the freezing of bread prices to protect citizens, Kovacevsky expressed his disappointment that some producers were selling white and semi-white bread in the region, he said.
Kovaczewski noted that all legal provisions will be used, from trade laws to consumer protection and competition protection.
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