Moscow authorities do not expect higher prices for bread

Moscow authorities do not expect higher prices for bread


MOSCOW, 8 February. Moscow authorities do not expect a significant increase in bread prices in the capital. About this informed the head of the Department of trade and services of Moscow Alexei nemeryuk, commenting on the forecasts of some experts about a possible increase in bread prices in Russia by 10-15%.

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“The price of bread is understandable, stable, harvest this year was good. Now any risks of increase in no, – said Nemeryuk. In Moscow bread – one of the cheapest compared to the cities of one million. We don’t have concerns to raise prices.”

Earlier, the interviewed experts expressed the opinion that the bread in Russia because of the growth of the dollar and the producers ‘ costs in 2016 could go up by 5-10%, and more pessimistic forecast of 15% compared to the year 2015.