Qatar ministry penalizes stores at Landmark Mall for running fake sales
Due to misleading sales offers, three stores in Qatar’s Landmark Mall have been fined QR6,000 each and have had their licenses to hold such promotions temporarily revoked.
Officials from Qatar’s Ministry of Economy and Commerce (MEC) withdrew the permits from the shops – one of which is believed to be the children’s clothing store Gymboree – after officers doing spot-checks earlier this week found their discounts to be bogus.
The ministry announced the penalties in Arabic on Twitter. Accompanying photos show staff at a store understood to be Gymboree removing promotion signs from the displays. The MEC did not name the shops that have been penalized.
الوزارة تفرض غرامات مالية وتلغي تراخيص التنزيلات لمحلات بمجمع اللاندمارك لعدم التزامها بالقوانين المنظّمة للتنزيلات. pic.twitter.com/O9AwPPxY0j
— الاقتصاد والتجارة (@MEC_QATAR) June 18, 2015
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Source News: Doha News