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Ayatollah Raisi in the cabinet meeting:

Monitoring all new pricing should be focused in the Market Regulation Headquarters/ Gov’t to identify, resolve problems by being present in the field

The President said, "The practice of this government is to identify and resolve the problems of the people by being present in the field, and we believe that God will bless this practice."

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Sun 14 - November 2021 - 20:52

Speaking in a cabinet meeting on Sunday afternoon, Ayatollah Dr Seyyed Ebrahim Raisi referred to the need to organise the pricing mechanism in the country, and said, "All organs who are in a way allowed to set prices must do so with the full monitoring of the Market Regulation Headquarters”.
Ayatollah Raisi said, "Pricing should be done in coordination with the Market Regulation Headquarters in a way that prevents price shocks".
The President emphasised, "Regarding the determination of car prices, the issue should be followed up under the management of the Market Regulation Headquarters”.
The President called on all agencies, especially regulators, to cooperate with the Central Bank and the ministries responsible for regulating the market and preventing price disturbances and shocks.
Ayatollah Raisi thanked the Minister of Energy for attending the provinces of Isfahan and Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari in order to follow up on the problems of water shortage, and specified, "The practice of this government is to identify and resolve the problems of the people by being present in the field and we believe that God will bless this practice”.
The President called on the Ministers of Oil and Interior to cooperate with the governor-generals and the IRIB, to seriously pursue the issue of reforming the gas consumption pattern.
Congratulating the Book Reading Day and referring to the Supreme Leader's emphasis on the importance of books and reading, Dr Raisi said, "I hope that the concerns of culture people in the field of paper shortages cab be addressed soon”.

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