Sundde launches list of regulated products

Starting this December, some 40 products will be regulated by the Sundde

The National Superintendency for the Defense of Socioeconomic Rights (Sundde) published, on Thursday, December 1st, a new “list of maximum consumer prices in prioritized items” in dollars.

In a message posted on his Twitter account, he reported that “as a result of the dialogue tables with the productive agri-food sector, we were able to agree on maximum prices for the final consumer in some prioritized items.”

The prices will be governed by the official rate of the Central Bank of Venezuela (BCV), as reported by the bank, among which are: natural canned tuna at (1.18 dollars), 1 kilo pork rib (7.50 dollars), one kilo special bologna (4 dollars), 850 milliliters of edible palm oil (2.75 dollars), 850 milliliters of edible vegetable oil (3.2 dollars), 1 kilo of precooked cornmeal (1.20 dollars), wheat 1 kilo (1.30 dollars), pasta 1 kilo (1.50 dollars), white table rice 1 kilo (1.20 dollars), refined sugar 1 kilo (1.25 dollars).

This measure had not been implemented in the country between 2015 and 2018, a period in which Venezuela experienced serious shortages.

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With information from Doblellave

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