The capital city has decided to take processed foods, sugar and notebooks off the city’s price stabilisation programme.

The municipal Department of Industry and Trade said the decision was due to an abundant supply of these goods over three years since the programme began

This year, the city set aside 319 billion VND (15.14 million USD) for its price stabilisation programme, which includes seven goods: rice, pork, poultry, eggs, frozen seafood, cooking oil and vegetables

Enterprise will be given interest-free advances to keep these goods’ prices down.-VNA