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Enterprises minimize costs to support consumers amid price hikes

Enterprises minimize costs to support consumers amid price hikes

It was recorded that, on the last two days of the week in Ho Chi Minh City, the number of people flocking to traditional markets, supermarkets, and trade centers increased sharply. Essential consumer goods, such as cooking oil, rice, eggs, fish, and meat, were consumed well, but prices did not hike unexpectedly.
Consumer goods increase continuously, supermarkets pledge to stabilize prices

Consumer goods increase continuously, supermarkets pledge to stabilize prices

The prices of some consumer goods and fresh food for sale at small and spontaneous points of sale in Ho Chi Minh City have started to hike in the past few days. Sellers explained that freight costs started to climb, so the increase in selling price was inevitable. Meanwhile, large supermarkets and trade centers confirmed that they still run many promotions and offer deep discounts to support consumers.
Supermarkets, wholesale markets curb price hikes

Supermarkets, wholesale markets curb price hikes

The prices of many items, such as fruits, vegetables, cooking oil, and fresh milk, at retail points of sale and markets on March 21 increased by 15-40 percent compared to before the 2022 Lunar New Year. Delivery service also added a surcharge of VND5,000-VND15,000 per order. Meanwhile, at supermarkets and wholesale markets, prices of commodities remained stable.
Petrol prices continue to erode consumers’ pocket

Petrol prices continue to erode consumers’ pocket

The ministries of Industry and Trade and Finance, on the afternoon of March 1, allowed fuel enterprises to increase the domestic retail prices of gasoline. Accordingly, E5 RON92 gasoline rose by VND547 per liter to a maximum price of VND26,077 per liter; RON95 gasoline price surged by VND554 per liter to a maximum of VND26,834 per liter. It is the sixth consecutive increase and the fifth increase in a row in 2022. Along with an increase in gas prices, the fact that gasoline prices continued to climb has put pressure on food products, consumer services, and transport.