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Sharjah - SEDD holds intensive Inspection Campaigns

Wednesday, 05 12 2021, Category: Economy, Country: U.A.E
Sharjah Economic Development Department “SEDD” announced its full readiness to intensively inspect markets in Sharjah during Eid Al Fitr occasion by adopting precautionary measures in its procedures. Such inspection campaigns falls within SEDD’s plans to secure the emirate's markets and ensure the safety of all economic practices. The inspection campaigns carried out by the included all food service establishments, retail sales, men's and women's salons, gold markets, and all other economic establishments which activities are related to the Eid season.

These campaigns come within SEDD’s concerns to protect consumers and to ensure safety of Sharjah markets. Also, it comes in line with the Department's strategic objectives to contribute to achieving and leading the comprehensive economic development in the emirate. In addition, SEDD focuses on confirming that all economic establishments operating in the emirate adhere to all applicable obligations and laws in order to provide the best services to the consumer and to ensure that only approved goods that meet terms and conditions are promoted. It should be noted that the campaigns included various cities and regions of the Emirate of Sharjah to ensure the safety of all economic practices in the markets during Eid Al Fitr.

Source: sharjah24.ae
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