Simhon: Gov't should not interfered with bread prices

By JPOST.COM STAFF
February 9, 2011 18:45

 
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Industry, Trade and Labor Minister Shalom Simhon said Wednesday that the government is "not right" in interfering with bread costs.

Simhon added: "A great chunk of the public enjoys a subsidy to which it is not in need, and as for those who need the discount, much more extensive treatment is needed for them."

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