The Head of Government Aziz Akhannouch, said Thursday in Rabat during a Council of Government held via videoconference, that Morocco enjoys an abundant supply of foodstuffs, showing the stability of prices of locally produced goods. The Minister Delegate for Relations with Parliament, Government Spokesman, Mustapha Baitas, told the press that Akhannouch stressed that “these goods are many and varied, such as sugar, flour, vegetables, fruit, meat, and milk.” “Other goods, which depend on raw materials on international prices, are experiencing fluctuations due to the global situation,” the Head of Government pointed out. “The government is keen to provide products and monitor their prices,” Akhannouch said, calling on concerned ministers to reinforce monitoring and control procedures to ensure the supply of products in healthy conditions and without disruptions.” “Countries worldwide are witnessing an economic recovery, following a period of stagnation of the global economy due to the pandemic, which has led to an increase in demand that has significantly affected the abundance of products and prices on the world market,” Akhannouch noted.
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