Based on the principle of partnership with the private sector in making decisions and implementing instructions for the provisions of Legislative Decree No. 8 and setting price controls for materials and commodities previously present in the warehouses of producers and importers and internal markets, the Ministry of Internal Trade and Consumer Protection requested the managers of internal trade in the governorates to grant producers and importers of foodstuffs for a period of three months to fix And documenting the costs of their production or import, so that they can be approved by the authority authorized to price, deposit, or certify.
In a decision that SANA received a copy of, the Ministry requested that producers and importers of non-food items (textile, manufacturing industries, detergents, durable goods and other non-food commodities of all kinds and names) be granted a six-month period to settle the status of cost data to be documented and direct the Consumer Protection Agency to request the customs declaration exclusively to present it within the necessary documents. To study the costs of imports in order to be audited by the authority authorized to pricing.
According to the decision, the Ministry affirmed that the price departments must adhere to the deadlines granted and accept the cost data prepared by the producer or importer without proofs until the specified deadline has passed or another directive is received by the ministry and that the basic invoices must be circulated by all the operators based on the cost statement after being approved by the concerned directorate after Adding the profit margins effective in the regulatory decisions and the need to emphasize the producers and importers of durable non-food items who previously imported materials and commodities such as glasses of all kinds and names and the main importer traveled outside the country or died preparing a cost statement according to the current prices and the actual cost now within the specified time limit.
The Ministry also asked the producers and importers whose interests require the distribution of their products or imports by them or by any party that distributes in their interest, the necessity to provide the distributors with a receipt statement that includes the types and quantities that are distributed by them in addition to the prices of these materials to the party to which they are distributed, provided that the release is issued. Billing by the distributor duly.
In another decision, the Ministry indicated that when studying the costs of locally produced materials and commodities at the producing companies and factories, direct expenses are taken into account and include all expenses that are indispensable in the initial production stage in addition to indirect expenses and include all expenses that are not directly related to the production process, administrative and financial expenses and expenses Distribution, provided that the nature of the institution and its various expenditures are taken into account when studying costs.