Government will close the stores that sell yerba at a higher price than the agreed one
April 23, 2012
Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries, Norberto Yauhar, announced that he will “foster the closures” of stores that sell the herb at a higher price than that agreed with the Secretary of Domestic Trade. He denounced “speculative movements”.
“Someone who bought the uerba a year ago and paid $ 4 now wants to charge 40 pesos, so we will foster the closures that because this is not the prices fixed by the Ministry of Domestic Trade,” complained.
Yauhar said “certainly a trader rises because he was squeezed the supplier and that is not true because that new grass has begun to reap the means that what they are reaping now pay next year and some gentlemen I now want to charge” .
“We will insist on what it takes, from closing exports from having to import grass should be necessary for that commodity is in the Argentine table,” he continued.