“Foods in Ukraine Won’t Become More Expensive by Fall,” Dmytro Solomchuk
The price for the basket of foods consumed by Ukrainians won’t change considerably in the near future. Dmytro Solomchuk, Member of Parliament (Verkhovna Rada) and a member of Verkhovna Rada’s Agrarian and Land Policy Committee, made this statement during his briefing at Media Center Ukraine.
According to him, Ukraine has overproduced foods, so specialists do not expect a price hike in the nearest future.
Vegetables can become more expensive by fall. However, the actual increase will depend on the situation in Ukraine’s south.
However, the borsht basket is expected to become cheaper in the coming weeks because the harvesting season starts soon.
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