Israel's state comptroller: Lack of government supervision led to dairy price rises

Israel's state comptroller: Lack of government supervision led to dairy price rises

Tel Aviv : Israel | Sep 12, 2012 at 4:44 AM PDT
Source: Haaretz
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The Finance, Industry, Trade and Labor, and Agriculture Ministries failed to consider the social and health implications or consumers' welfare and interests when they reduced the levels of price supervision on basic items such as dairy products, the state comptroller said, in a report to be released... FULL ARTICLE AT Haaretz
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