The government is studying the imposition of suggested retail prices on selected agricultural commodities to effectively bring down their prices in the market. | kocampoINQ
MANILA, Philippines — The government is studying the imposition of suggested retail prices (SRPs) on selected agricultural commodities to effectively bring down their prices in the
“We are in discussion with DTI whether SRP now is the way forward to further bring down prices in the market,” Dar said. —Read more: Inquirer
kocampoINQ Puro salita. Tapos mag lobby mga traders/hoarders. Bigay gift, at wala na. HinDi na tuloy ang plano.
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