Information / Baghdad..
Today, Sunday, the financial advisor to the Prime Minister, Mazhar Muhammad Salih, recommended the need to provide a climate of competition to limit exploitation and price speculation.
In an interview followed by Al-Malooma Agency, Saleh said,
"In order to ensure competitiveness in the market and reduce liberal chaos in the exchange sector, we must return to the bonds of social market institutions by spreading consumer and production cooperatives that practice competitive price discipline and quality control at the same time." He added,
"Methods of fraud and commercial deception are still causing severe damage to the interests of the public and exploiting them through price speculations and goods and services far from quality control for the sake of illegal gain at the expense of the citizen's limited income." Saleh pointed out that
"the poor quality of the processed goods, which are supplied from not internationally recognized mills, are not subject to quality or quality control." He pointed out that
"this is the biggest waste in suppressing the competitiveness of the economy and reducing the consumer's benefit and levels of legal protection in accordance with the accepted national and international standards in trading goods and services within the national market." End / 25
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