We're not hoarding basic grains, say San Pedro Sula warehouses
Warehouse managers in San Pedro Sula denied claims that they are hoarding beans and corn in order to speculate with their prices.
Wednesday, May 21, 2008
But they claimed that warehouses in Tegucigalpa hoard produce so they can sell it to the government, buy it back and sell it again at inflated prices.
The arrival of a shipment of 1.6 tons of grain is set to increase the mid-year supply.
The Ministry will develop strategies, will intercede regarding for prices with industrial buyers and require producers to register all of their production.
A quintal of white maize increased by $0.64 compared to March, while for black beans the increase is $0.39 per quintal.
Flying between San Pedro Sula and the United States is becoming cheaper due to an aggressive and growing market presence by Spirit Airlines.
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