Prime Minister Kim Bu-gyeom speaks as he presides over an ad hoc meeting of the government held at the government complex in Seoul on the 11th to deliberate on measures to reduce quota tariffs and take measures to adjust emergency supply and demand for elements and catalysts. yunhap news
Prime Minister Kim Bu-gyeom announced on the 11th that, in relation to the supply and demand crisis of urea, “The government intends to implement ’emergency supply and demand adjustment measures’ for urea and urea in order to stably manage domestic supply and demand following the ban on kiosks.”
Prime Minister Kim held an ad hoc meeting of the government at the government complex in Seoul on the same day. Prime Minister Kim said, “As a result of communicating with China by mobilizing all diplomatic channels, 18,700 tons of elements will be imported soon. It is not expected,” he said.
Prime Minister Kim said, “Until sufficient quantities of urea water are secured, we will manage supply and demand through orders on imports, production, and sales and designation of sales methods so that the secured quantities can be efficiently supplied to essential places.”
Tax support is also provided. Prime Minister Kim said, “We will lower the tariff rate on additional imported elements.”
In response to the criticism of the government’s delayed response, Prime Minister Kim said, “I feel a heavy sense of responsibility for causing great inconvenience and concern to people’s lives as a result.”
Prime Minister Kim said to the Ministry of Strategy and Finance and other ministries, “I would like all ministries, including the Ministry of Strategy and Finance, to cooperate to come up with a fundamental countermeasure for items that are excessively dependent on a specific country among other major raw materials.”