The main representatives of newsstands in the country met with the Secretary of Commerce, Matias Tombolinito solve the problem of missing figures for the album of world of Qatar 2022. The merchants denounced irregularities such as people selling without authorization on social networks and also said that there are figurines that are sold for 10,000 pesos in the illegal market.

«The little trees sold the packages of figurines next to the blue dollar. If we have the product and we can replenish it quickly, the resellers will have to sell the figurines at the official price. I have come to see 500 pesos a package, the Messi figurine at 10,000 pesos, ”said Néstor Adrián Palacios, vice president of the Union of Kiosqueros of the Argentine Republic (UKRA) for AM 990.

«There is the parallel market for figurines, they are obtained through social networks and there are new competitors, such as service stations and supermarkets. Distributors sell them at higher prices. We kiosks buy them for $120 and sell them for $150,” said Palacios, angry at the lack of regulation by the state.

«The company (Panini) explained to us that it had a double shift printing figurines, that it is not short of paper and that it has to meet the demand of the World Cup. When the time came to count its official distributors, it has 60 Panini officials,” said the trade unionist, trying to focus on the fact that the shortage problem lies in illegal resale.

«It seems to me a constructive criticism, the bakery sector is affected. Any genuine claim that suffers from a shortage is constructive criticism that the State must attend to. In previous governments, if we asked for help, there was no intervention, ”Palacios concluded on an issue that for now does not have a forceful solution by the Government.

Source: Elintransigente

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