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Cabinet defines subsidised goods, their maximum prices

QNA
Doha
The Cabinet has approved a draft decision on determining subsidised goods, their maximum prices, and the categories of the beneficiaries.
The Cabinet, chaired by Prime Minister and Minister of Interior HE Sheikh Khalid bin Khalifa bin Abdulaziz Al Thani via videoconferencing, took the decision on Wednesday.
The preparation of this draft decision comes as a continuation of government’s support for commodities and fodder as a strategic option, and in implementation of the provisions of Law No 5 of 2017 on regulating dealing in subsidised commodities.
The draft included defining the subsidised supply and fodder commodities, their maximum prices, the groups benefiting from them, their disbursement, and other regulatory provisions.
The Cabinet has affirmed the continuation of the precautionary measures that have been taken to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. The decision came after the Cabinet listened to the explanation given by Minister of Public Health HE Dr Hanan Mohammed Al Kuwari on the latest developments to limit the spread of COVID-19.
The Cabinet then approved a draft decision amending some provisions of decision No. 32 of 2013 on naming chairman and members of the grievance committee at Qatar Financial Markets Authority (QFMA).
The committee, established at QFMA, headed by a chairman, who is one of the chiefs at the Court of Appeals, with membership of two Court of Appeals judges as well as two others having experience in the securities field, is competent to decide on the grievances concerning the penal decisions issued by the QFMA.
It also approved a draft memorandum of understanding for cooperation in the field of youth between the government of Qatar and the government of Burundi.
The Cabinet then approved a draft memorandum of understanding for cooperation in the field of sports between the government of Qatar and the government of Burundi.
A draft memorandum of understanding for cooperation in the field of culture between the government of Qatar and the government of Burundi also got the Cabinet approval.
The Cabinet then reviewed the results of the 38th session of the Council of Arab Ministers of Housing and Reconstruction (CAMHR), the fourth session of the Arab Ministerial Forum on Housing and Urban Development, (AMFHUD) (the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan - December 2021), and took the appropriate decision regarding them.