Qatar inspection finds three violations among shops
The ministry said the violations were handed out because the shops in question failed to declare prices, advertise in Arabic and hold a license for advertising, thus violating the provisions of Law No. (8) of 2008 and law No. (5) of 1984 on selling through sales (clearance).
The shops with be charged with negligence in an act of consumer protection, the ministry said. It also plans to increase its campaigns for inspecting shops and other businesses, and will continue to take action when businesses are found in violation of Qatar’s laws.
The public is being urged to report business abuses or irregularities through the proper channels of communication.