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High prices: More than 750 targeted products will be reduced by 10% in Carrefour shops from 1 August 2023

A press release from the Minister of Commerce (Mincommerce), Luc Magloire Atangana, made public in the last few days, states that this price cut, which is part of phase 2 of the operation to combat the high cost of living launched on 24 April by all the major retailers operating in the country, is aimed at supporting consumers in the face of an unfavourable international economic climate.

(EcoFinance) – In the next few days, a total of 780 targeted products will undergo a (not insignificant) 10% reduction in the various shops of the Carrefour group in Cameroon’s two major cities, Douala and Yaoundé, according to a press release issued a few days ago by the Minister of Trade (Mincommerce), Luc Magloire Mbarga Atangana. The document, signed by the head of commercial affairs in Cameroon, states that this reduction in the prices of products sold by the Carrefour group, which is the result of the special operation « Fight against the high cost of living » launched on 24 April by all the major retailers operating on the national territory, will be effective from 1 August 2023.

 The Minister of Trade, Mr Luc Magloire Mbarga Atangana, has the honour of informing the consumer community of the launch, as of 1 August 2023, of phase 2 of the special operation « Fight against high prices », initiated on 24 April 2023, by all the major retailers operating on the national territory », the Mincommerce said.

Supporting consumers in the face of an unfavourable international economic climate

Which states: « In the specific case of the Carrefour Group, this second phase will result in a price cut of around 10% on a varied range of targeted products, as follows: Carrefour Warda Playce (200 references), Carrefour Douala Grand Mall (180 references), Carrefour Market Bonamoussadi in Douala and Ekiée in Yaoundé (170 references), Carrefour Market Akwa former Dalip and Logpom in Douala (140 references), and Carrefour Supéco Akwa (90 references) ».

Although the press release signed by Mincommerce on 14 July does not provide detailed information on the types of products that will be subject to a reduction of around 10% at the beginning of August, information gleaned from a good source shows that the vast majority of mass-market products are concerned. These include alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, food products, cleaning and laundry products, disposables, non-electrical appliances, beauty products, etc…

According to Mincommerce, the aim of this operation, as in the first phase, is to support consumers in the face of an unfavourable international economic climate. Just as it is intended to expand over the coming months, it concerns all players in the retail sector, « whatever their size and wherever they are based ».

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