,The Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry holds an engagement session with stakeholders of the country’s chicken supply chain to determine its new ceiling price. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, June 25, 2022.皇冠管理端登3网址皇冠管理端登3网址（www.99cx.vip）实时更新发布最新最快最有效的皇冠管理端登3网址、皇冠管理端登3手机网址,包括新2登3手机网址,新2登3备用网址,皇冠登3最新网址,新2足球登3网址,新2网址大全。
THE Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry today held an engagement session with stakeholders of the country’s chicken supply chain to determine its new ceiling price.
Its minister Alexander Nanta Linggi said the session was held following Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob’s announcement on the government’s decision to not float the price of chicken.
“The meeting with industry practitioners as stakeholders in the chicken supply chain in the market is, among others, to ascertain the chicken ceiling price, with the current cap scheduled to expire on June 30,” he said in a Facebook post today.
According to Nanta, the meeting that began this morning would take into consideration all views in determining the maximum price of chicken in the market
The ministry’s role would be towards enforcement, ensuring traders adhere to the stipulated ceiling price, he said.
Yesterday, the prime minister announced the government’s decision to not float the price of chicken, in ensuring the people are not burdened.
According to Ismail, the new price cap will be announced soon by Agriculture and Food Industries Minister Dr Ronald Kiandee.
Presently, the government has set the maximum retail price of chicken and eggs for Peninsular Malaysia with standard chicken at RM8.90 per kg and dressed super round chicken at RM9.90 per kg. – Bernama, June 25, 2022.