Moldovan PM sees concern over bread price rise groundless

Moldovan Prime Minister Vlad Filat visited on February 11 the Moldovan bread factory Franzeluta, the government’s communication and media relations department has reported.

Filat assessed working conditions at the enterprise, visited production floors and held talks with the employees.

Subsequently, Filat attended an exhibition of products manufactured by the baking factory Franzeluta.

The Moldovan prime minister said the director of the bread factory, Victor Cojocaru and Agriculture and Food Industry Minister Vasile Bumacov invited him to pay a visit to the bakery.

Filat said he is pleased with the factory’s situation.

“Franzeluta is an important baking enterprise, which provides almost 30 per cent of the population with bakery products. In spite of the increase in the price of wheat and other baking components, bread prices are still the same,” Filat said.

Also Filat said the prices of social bread and other assortments of bread subsidized by the enterprises are not expected to rise. In this context, Cojocaru noted that the price of the bread, which is traditionally baked at this factory, is currently unchanged.

“The price of the social bread “Chisinau” and “Codru” is constant and reaches 1.50 lei. Moreover, we cut the prices of 12 products by 12 per cent on 12 December 2012,” Cojocaru said.

Adapted from: MOLDPRES


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