In a tweet, the Ministry of Commerce and Industry announced that they had carried out an extensive inspection campaign in January and February on several vegetables and fruits stores across Qatar. The inspection resulted in issuing 108 violations including: non-compliance or failure to display the mandatory price bulletin, and missing product information.
The ministry had inspected a total of 299 shops from all over the country. As illustrated by the ministry, 50% of the violations given were due to failure to announce the mandatory bulletin prices.
#MOCIQATAR had extensive inspection campaigns in January and February, on several vegetables and fruits stores across #Qatar, which resulted in issuing 108 violations including: non-compliance or failure to display the mandatory price bulletin, and missing product information. pic.twitter.com/U4zsGCVMhk— وزارة التجارة والصناعة (@MOCIQatar) March 14, 2022
The ministry also posted the number of shops inspected, the number of shops with violations, and the violations percentage per municipality.
Source and cover image credit: Ministry of Commerce and Industry Qatar
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