HCMC stabilizes prices of many products from April 2

HCMC stabilizes prices of many products from April 2

The Department of Finance of Ho Chi Minh City announced the selling prices of essential items participating in the market stabilization program in 2022 and the 2023 Lunar New Year, officially applied from April 2. Besides some products, including poultry eggs and poultry meat, that have raised their selling prices, rice, pork, and sugar keep the same selling prices compared to the market stabilization program in 2021.
Plentiful supply of goods cools down prices

Plentiful supply of goods cools down prices

From the beginning of January to now, the wholesale markets of Hoc Mon, Thu Duc, Binh Dien have received 2,600 tons, 1,600 tons, and 1,500 tons of goods per day, respectively. Thereby, prices of food and fresh goods have declined by about 20 percent.
Pork prices drop as output increases

Pork prices drop as output increases

According to Mr. Tsan A Sin, Deputy Director of the Binh Dien Market Management and Trading Company, in the night of June 28 and the early morning of June 29, the number of pork carcasses arrived at Binh Dien Market was 1,659, an increase of about 400 heads compared to the average.
Consumers buy pork at a supermarket. (Photo: SGGP)

No shortage of fresh food for upcoming Lunar New Year festival

Mr. Le Huynh Minh Tu, Deputy Director of the Department of Industry and Trade of Ho Chi Minh City, said that the supply of pork, poultry meat, and eggs for the city market would certainly not be insufficient after his first working day with key suppliers on January 20.
Meat processing at Vissan Company. (Photo: SGGP)

Pork market for Tet holidays: plentiful supply, unstable prices

Pork supply remains plentiful in markets, and the demand for pork has decreased. Pig farmers have been repopulating pig herds to serve the needs of the people during the festive season. There is, obviously, no shortage of pork, but the prices of pork have increased sharply.
Consumers are choosing pork at a supermarket in HCMC (Photo: SGGP)

Subsidized pork prices reduce by 3.6-8.9 percent

The Department of Finance in Ho Chi Minh City yesterday announced pork prices in the city’s market stabilization program have been lowered by 3.6 percent-8.9 percent compared to the present prices.

 

Live pigs imported from foreign countries are quarantined at Cau Treo Border Gate in Ha Tinh Province. (Photo: MARD}

Import of live pigs helps lower pig price in Vietnam

According to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD), in the afternoon of June 17, the first 500 live pigs imported from Thailand entered Vietnam through Lao Bao Border Gate in the Central province of Quang Tri.
Consumers buy pork at a supermarket. (Photo: SGGP)

Pork prices continue to be closely monitored

For months, pork has become a hot spot due to its high prices. To ensure supply and demand, and stabilize the price, on May 27, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) gave nods to imports of live pigs to meet the demand for fresh pork of Vietnamese people.