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@Shanghai, whose pocket have you been fed?
Third question @ Shanghai Municipal Government: when can we stop living with super high prices?
Sealing time: nearly 30 days (mid March)
Vegetables of 10-20 yuan / kg (regardless of variety, good or bad)
No matter what rice, flour, grain and oil
10-20 yuan / kg of fruit (good or bad)
No need to talk about aquatic products and seafood
The current situation is that the city is saying that it has done the work to ensure people's livelihood and transport capacity. According to this logic, then:
1. The vegetable farmer said: we didn't increase the price, but we supplied it to the people of Shanghai at the usual price of 3 yuan, 4 yuan and 5 yuan per Jin.
2. The purchasing and transit enterprises said: we have a small number of people, but we also load and unload trucks by voluntary labor (anyway, it's impossible to make the price of vegetables go up to absurdity even with a few labors and triple wages).
3. The transportation enterprise said: we don't need to pay for the pass. If the freight is not increased, it will be charged according to the normal price.
4. The residents' committee and volunteers said: those who provide voluntary services to community residents are free of charge.
Then, again, what are the reasons for the high price food we eat? What is the so-called high price set meal for people to buy for one month?
When will the people eat these so-called group buying high-priced dishes?