The Cairo Chamber of Commerce said that an exhibition selling basic commodities at a 25 percent decrease will be opened within days ahead of the holy fasting month of Ramadan.
In a statement on Friday, Vice Chairman of the chamber Ibrahim El Arabi said that the commodities' prices are subject to market mechanisms of supply and demand.
The interactions between buyers and sellers in the market determine the market prices, he added.
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