Accordingly, the delegation conducted surveys at 4 commercial businesses including Moc Hoa Trading Joint Stock Company (Kien Tuong Town), Co.opmart Tan An Supermarket, and Import Export and Trading Joint Stock Company. Long An Import Export, Long An Food Company (Tan An City).
Director of the Department of Industry and Trade of Long An - Le Minh Duc said that, before the complicated situation of the Covid-19 disease, consumers have the psychology of storing essential goods. Currently many consumers buy many items for temporary storage such as rice, instant noodles, sauces, spices, detergents, ... affecting the market.
Mr. Le Minh Duc asked the distribution and retail businesses to proactively source goods, especially essential goods to supply when people need, stabilize the market and avoid speculation and price increases. . Consumers should not panic and hoard goods. Through the survey, enterprises in the province have an abundant supply and goods initiative.
In particular, Long An is a locality with many businesses trading, milling, and processing rice, so the amount of rice is indispensable if the disease situation worsens. The Department requires all enterprises trading and exporting rice to reserve and store at 5% of total rice production, processing, domestic consumption and export in the first 6 months of 2019 to ensure wage security. real.
Up to now, 3 units are Moc Hoa Trading Joint Stock Company, Co.opmart Tan An Supermarket, Long An Import Export and Trading Joint Stock Company stockpile nearly 70 billion dong. In particular, most of the reserve goods are instant noodles, spices, canned food, dipping sauce, drinking water, hand sanitizer, household sanitary water, masks, ... Long An Food Company exists warehouse more than 43,000 tons of rice. All sold goods are committed by businesses not to increase compared to weekdays.
Mr. Le Minh Duc recommends that consumers do not need to buy large quantities of food, foodstuffs and necessities, but should buy only in sufficient quantities to ensure daily necessities for their families.
Reported by Mai Huong
Translated by Lan Vy