Honduras Freezes Basic Food Prices

Congress passed a decree freezing the prices of 33 basic food products.

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Corn is not included in the resolution because there is an agreement between producers and manufacturers, which determines the pricing mechanism.

"The decree shall enter into force for a period of 60 days upon publication in the Official newspaper, setting the maximum selling prices of 33 products which make up the basic consumption needs," reports Latribuna.hn.

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