The Libyan Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah made an inspection visit to the Ministry of Economy and Trade on Monday to follow up on the workflow in the ministry and its emergency room regarding the general level of prices during the month of Ramadan. 

The room officials submitted the report on the work confirming the availability of all commodities at affordable prices except for meat whose price needs a number of measures to be taken by the Ministry of Economy, the National Center for Animal Health and the Ministry of Agriculture.

The meeting also reviewed the Ministry of Economy and Trade's proposals regarding amending some provisions in joint-stock companies, facilitating and regulating export procedures for local industries, addressing the tax and customs system, what contributes to supporting the private sector and its workers, and forming a working group from the Ministries of Economy, Planning, Finance and the National Council for Economic Development to submit a proposal to the Prime Minister's office.

Dbeibah also stressed the need to follow up the trademark file, publish it in the Official Gazette and address problems with the Ministry of Justice, hailing the efforts of the emergency room to follow up the general level of prices.