Source: eKapija / Euronews | Friday, 30.09.2022.| 11:59
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Limitation of Price of UHT Milk Lifted, Prices of Sugar and Poultry Adjusted

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At today’s session, the Government of Serbia lifted the limitation of the price of UHT milk with 2.8% milk fat, which was RSD 128.99 until today. As Euronews learns, the new decree on the prices of basic foodstuffs will lift the limitation of the price of UHT milk with 2.8% milk fat, but the margin for all UHT milks will be 10%.

The ban on the export of milk is extended until October 31. The new highest price of crystal sugar will be RSD 109.99 per kilogram. The price of fresh poultry is changed as well. In the future, a kilogram will cost RSD 319 dinars.

It has also been confirmed that the decree on the limiting of the prices of petroleum products is extended until October 31 and the decision on the ban on the export of diesel fuel is lifted.

Let us remind that, by the decree adopted on September 6, the Government of Serbia proscribed the maximum retail price of UHT milk with 2.8% of milk fat at RSD 128.99. Under the same decree, the maximum margin for all kinds of UHT milks was reduced from 12% to 5%. This decision also implemented the ban on the export of fresh milk and certain milk products until September 30.

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