Mohammed bin Salman stresses the prevention of monopoly, taking into account the citizens and securing their needs
Chaired the meeting of the Council of Economic and Development Affairs
Tuesday – 6 Dhu al-Hijjah 1443 AH – 05 July 2022 AD Issue No. [
Prince Mohammed bin Salman presiding over the recent meeting of the Council of Economic and Development Affairs in Jeddah (Asharq Al-Awsat)
Jeddah: «Middle East»
Prince Muhammad bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, Crown Prince and Deputy Prime Minister of Saudi Arabia, stressed the important roles of ministries and government agencies related to monitoring international developments, including those related to supply chains, monitoring markets, product abundance and price levels, protecting and encouraging fair competition, and combating and preventing monopolistic practices. that affect legitimate competition, or the interest of the consumer.
The Crown Prince’s assurances came, when he chaired yesterday “Monday” the meeting of the Council of Economic and Development Affairs at Al-Salam Palace in Jeddah, where he reviewed a number of economic and development issues, including the presentation submitted by the Ministry of Commerce, in conjunction with the Ministry of Environment, Water and Agriculture, and the Ministry of Economy and Planning regarding monitoring price levels. For a number of products in the Saudi market.
The Council was also briefed on the presentation submitted by the Ministry of Health regarding health developments related to the Corona pandemic (Covid 19), and the presentation included an update of the epidemiological situation after the decision to lift the precautionary and preventive measures related to the Corona pandemic, in addition to developments in the administration of vaccines, and the most prominent preparations for this year’s Hajj season ( 1443 AH) and the state of the epidemiological situation internationally. The Council continued the periodic presentation submitted by the Ministry of Economy and Planning regarding the analysis of the opening of economic activities and the impact of the Corona Virus (Covid 19) pandemic, and took the necessary recommendations regarding these issues.