DTI not keen on higher safeguard duty on cement !-- -- Louella Desiderio (The Philippine Star) - August 22, 2019 - 12:00am MANILA, Philippines The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) is not inclined to impose a safeguard duty on cement higher than the P12 recommended by the Tariff Commission (TC), as well as to put price
caps on the commodity while a review of the latter's findings is currently being undertaken.
Supply Minister Ali Moselhy issued a decree in October that orders food manufactures to put price
tags on their products in "clear and non-erasable Arabic".
The third large segment of rankings (approximately 13% of respondents) put price
first, followed by performance and relationship.
Tribune News Network Doha In a move to ensure affordable prices for foodstuffs and consumer goods during the Holy Month of Ramadan, the Ministry of Economy and Commerce (MEC) has put price
cap on more than 50,000 food and non-food products.
Hanafy explained that the ministry-affiliated consumer complexes have put price
caps on the products they sell to ensure price stability, he said in a statement.
The ministry stressed that all shops, trading facilities and selling points should abide by the law and put price
tags on their displayed items.
Rositano added: "The increase in crude volumes into the Gulf Coast will also put price
pressure on U.S.
The drug pricing authority in a statement on Monday night said that is withdrawing with immediate effect a May 29 guideline that put price
caps on certain ( non- essential) drugs used for treatment of cancer, HIV and cardiovascular diseases.
Replying to a question, he made it clear that all those sitting in the government are not true Baloch leaders rather they are just shopkeepers who have put price
tags on their services.
But Khan has still put Price
at the top of his guest list for a party after his next fight.
However, the company has not put price
tags on its new chips.