Saturday , November 27 2021
Home / South China Morning Post / Chinese rush to stock up on food as government’s warning prompts confusion, brief panic-buying

Chinese rush to stock up on food as government’s warning prompts confusion, brief panic-buying

Summary:
[unable to retrieve full-text content]Beijing shoppers stocked up on cabbage, rice and flour for the winter on Wednesday, after the government urged people to keep stores of basic goods in case of emergencies, though it assured them that there were sufficient supplies after some panic-buying.China’s Ministry of Commerce published a seasonal notice on Monday encouraging authorities to do a good job in ensuring food supplies and stable prices ahead of winter, following a recent spike in the prices of vegetables and a growing outbreak…

Topics:
Reuters considers the following as important:

This could be interesting, too:

Charles Hugh Smith writes We Don’t Talk About Collapse To Revel In It, We Talk About Collapse to Prevent It

Marc Chandler writes Covid Strikes Back

Luna Sun writes China’s ageing population a ‘long-term reality’, and its silver economy needs to catch up, State Council says

Orange Wang writes China to roll out trade support amid ‘increasing pressure’ behind the scenes

[unable to retrieve full-text content]
Beijing shoppers stocked up on cabbage, rice and flour for the winter on Wednesday, after the government urged people to keep stores of basic goods in case of emergencies, though it assured them that there were sufficient supplies after some panic-buying.China’s Ministry of Commerce published a seasonal notice on Monday encouraging authorities to do a good job in ensuring food supplies and stable prices ahead of winter, following a recent spike in the prices of vegetables and a growing outbreak…
About Reuters

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.